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CONDITIONS OF SALE 


First.—The highest bidder to be the buyer; and if any dispute arise 
between two or more bidders, the lot so in dispute shall be 
immediately put up again and re-sold, provided the Auctioneer 
cannot decide the said dispute. 


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combine any two or more lots, to withdraw any lots, to refuse bids 
and to regulate the bidding. 


Tuirp.—All lots are put up for sale subject (a) to any reserve price imposed 
by the seller and (5) to the right of the seller to bid either person- 
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pay down 25% of the purchase price or more in part payment, or 
the whole of the purchase-money, if required; in default of which 
the i or lots so purchased to be immediately put up again and 
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Firta.—Each lot is believed to be genuine, but should any lot prove to be 
a forgery, or reprint, or wrongly described in the catalogue, the 
purchaser is at liberty to take or reject it, provided always that 

- notice of such rejection be made and the lot returned within seven 
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that may arise, acting solely as agents between buyer and seller 
and for both equitably. 

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safe custody of any lots left more than three days after the sale. 

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responsible for any discrepancy which might be discovered after 
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purchaser on lots not removed within seven days of the date of 
sale. The Auctioneers reserve the right to re-sell by Auction or 
privately, without notice to the buyer, all lots not removed from 
the Auctioneers’ premises within fourteen days of the date of sale. 


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The metal in which the coins are struck is indicated thus:— 
N=gold, A=silver, AZ=copper or bronze. 
El=Electrum (an alloy of gold and silver). 
Bl=Billon (an alloy of silver and copper). 


Care is taken to describe accurately the condition of coins and medals, 
using the following scale: Extremely fine, Very fine, Fine, and Good. Where 
no condition is stated it may be assumed that the coins and medals are not 


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CATALOGUE of 


ANCIENT COINS 


in GOLD, SILVER and BRONZE 


Day of Sale 
Thursday, 26th October, 1972 


commencing at 10 a.m. precisely 


ROMAN COINS 


Anonymous, Denarius (c. 110-108 B.C.), helmeted head of Roma 
right, rev. Roma seated right on pile of shields, wolf and 
twins before her and birds flying above (8.530). About 
extremely fine. 


L. Flaminius Cilo (c. 103-102 B.C.), Denarius, helmeted head of 
Roma right, rev. Victory in biga right (S.540). About ex- 
tremely fine. 


L. Manlius Torquatus (c. 109 B.C.), Denarius, helmeted head of 
Roma right surrounded by ornamental torque, rev. warrior 
on horseback left (S.545). About extremely fine. 


C. Fonteius (c. 109 B.C.), Denarius, janiform head, rev. galley 
left (S.555). About extremely fine. 


M. Herennius (c. 101 B.C.), Denarius, head of Pietas right, rev. 
naked youth running right and carrying his father on his 
shoulder (S.567a). Almost extremely fine. 


Anonymous (c. 85-84 B.C.), Denarius, head of Vejovis right, rev. 
Jupiter in quadriga right (S.723). Almost extremely fine. 


P. Crepusius (c. 82-81 B.C.), Denarius, head of Apollo right, rev. 
horseman galloping right, hurling spear (S.738a). Almost 
extremely fine. 


408* Q. Antonius Balbus (c. 81 B.C.), Denarius, head of Jupiter right, 


rev. Victory in quadriga right (S.742b). Extremely fine. 


£23.00 


£19.00 


£30.00 


£15.00 


£14.00 


£16.00 


£22.00 


£15.00 


£17.00 


£21.00 


£30.00 


£25.00 


£24.00 


£29.00 


£13.00 


£17.00 


£29.00 


£23.00 


Lot 
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410 


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412 


413 


414 


415 


417 


418 


419 


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C. Annius, L. Fabius Hispaniensis (c. 81-80 B.C.), Denarius, 
bust of Anna Perenna right, rev. Victory in quadriga right 
(S.748). Scarce and very fine. 


C. Nevius Baibus (c. 78-77 B.C.), serrate Denarius, head of Juno 


right, rev. Victory in triga right (S.769b). About extremely 
fine. 


M. Nonius Sufenas (c. 63-62 B.C.), Denarius, head of Saturn 
right, rev. Roma seated left on pile of arms, crowned by 
Victory standing behind her (S.885). About extremely fine. 


C. Coelius Caldus (c. 62 B.C.), Denarius, head of Coelius Caldus 
right, rev. radiate head of Sol right (S.892). Scarce and 
very fine. 


C. Hosidius C.f. Geta (c. 60 B.C.), Denarius, bust of Diana right, 
rev. Calydonian boar right, pierced by spear and attacked 
by dog (S.903). Scarce and very fine. 


Q. Cepio Brutus (c. 60 B.C.), Denarius, head of L. Junius Brutus 
right, rev. head of C. Servilius Ahala right (S.907). Scarce 
and very fine. 


L. Marcius Philippus (c. 56 B.C.), Denarius, head of Ancus 
Marcius right, rev. equestrian statue on arcade (S.919). 
About extremely fine. 


Mn. Acilius (c. 55 B.C.), Denarius, head of Salus right, rev. 
Valetudo standing left, elbow resting on column and hold- 
ing snake (S.922). About extremely fine. 


Cn. Plancius (c. 54 B.C.), Denarius, head of Diana left wearing 
petasus, rev. Cretan goat standing right; on left, bow and 
quiver (S.933). About extremely fine. 


C. Vibius Pansa (c. 48 B.C.), Denarius, mask of Pan right, rev. 
Jupiter Axurus seated left (S.947). Extremely fine. 


C. Plantius Plancus (c. 47 B.C.), Denarius, mask of Medusa 
facing, rev. Aurora flying right, leading the four horses of 
the sun (8.959). About extremely fine but the reverse, as 
usual, weakly struck. 


Lor 

420 P. Accoleius Lariscolus (c. 37 B.C.), Denarius, bust of Acca £17.00 
Larentia right, rev. three statues of the Nympheze Quer- 
quetulane facing, supporting a beam on which are five 
trees (S.1148). Scarce and about extremely fine but slightly 
off-centre. 1 

421* Julius Cesar (d. 44 B.C.), Denarius, elephant right trampling a £40.00 
serpent, rey. priestly attributes (S.1006). Extremely fine. ] 

422 — Denarius, bust of Venus, rev. Aeneas walking left holding £40.00 
palladium and bearing Anchises on his shoulder (S.1013). 
About extremely fine. 1 

423* Augustus (27 B.C.-A.D. 14), Denarius, bare head of Augustus £110.00 
right, rev. Mercury seated right on rock, playing lyre 
(R.LC. 25; C.61). Extremely fine. ] 

424 — Denarius, laureate head of Augustus right, rev. Caius and £18.00 
Lucius standing facing (R.LC. 350; C.43). Very fine. 1 

425 Tiberius (A.D. 14-37), Denarius, laureate head of Tiberius right, £42.00 
rev. Livia seated right (R.I.C. 3; C.16). Very fine. 1 

426 Republican Denarii (3), M. Albinus Geminus (S.487), L. Calpur- £32.00 
nius Piso (S.841a), Q. Cassius (S.916). Very fine. 3 

Ay ~=—=— G6); L. Julius: Bursio (Ss728e);, Lo Rubus Dossenus (S.705). £32.00 
L. Furius Brocchus (S.902). Very fine. 3 

428 —— G), M. Lucius Rutus. (S599); PB, Crepusius (S1738a), L. £24.00 
Furius Brocchus (S.902). Fine to very fine. 3 

429° =——"G), L. Julias Bursio’ (S.728), P. Founus Crassipes (S-735), £32.00 
L. Rutilius Flaccus (S.780). Very fine and better. 3 

430 —— @G), M. Tullius (6.531), L. Flaminius Cilo (S.540), L. £30.00 
Valerius Flaccus (S.565). Very fine. 3 

431 == 6), By Memmius(S.558); 1. Lbatatius. Cerco (:559), Mn. £32.00 
Fonteius (S.724). Very fine. 3 

432 —— (3), P. Servillius Rullus (6.601), Lentulus Marcellus £42.00 


(S.604c), C. Licinius L.f. Macer (S.732). About extremely 
fine. 3 


£34.00 


£72.00 


£20.00 


£40.00 


£42.00 


£22.00 


£28.00 


£155.00 


£170.00 


£70.00 


£62.00 


£100.00 


£100.00 


Lor 
433 


434 


435 


436 


437 


438 


439 


440 


441 


442 


443 


444 


445 


— (3), Cn. Domitius Ahenobarbus (S.514), Cn. Blasio (S.561) 
(scarce), L. Scribonius Libo (S.928). Very fine to about 
extremely fine. 


Nero (A.D. 54-68), Aureus, laureate head of Nero right, rev. 
Nero and empress standing (R.I.C. 41; C.42). About fine. 


Vespasian (A.D. 69-79), Sestertius, laureate head of Vespasian 
right, rev. IVDAEA CAPTA.S.C., Jewess seated right, mourn- 
ing under palm-tree; behind palm, Vespasian standing right 
(R.LC, 427; C239). Scarce and fair. 


Sestertii (2), Nero, rev. ANNONA AVGVSTA CERES S.C. (C.15); Ves- 
pasian, rev. ROMA.S.Cc. (C.419). About very fine. 


—— (2), Domitian, rev. lovI vicrori.s.c. (C.315); Antoninus 
Pius, rev. SALVS PVBLICA.S.C. (C.759). Very fine. 


— (5), Faustina II (C.215), Commodus (C.576), Severus 
Alexander (C.419), Julia Mamzea (C.21), Otacilia Severa 
(C.10). Fine to very fine. 


— (5), Trajan (C.391), M. Aurelius (C.984), L. Verus (C.206), 
Maximinus I (C.92), Philip I (C.26); together with bronze 
(4) and silver (2) forgeries and one colonial bronze. 


Didius Julianus, Sestertius, rev. Fortune standing left (R.I.C. 15). 
Slight tooling, nearly very fine, rare. 


Clodius Albinus, Sestertius, rev. MINER. PACIF. COS. II. S.C., 
Minerva standing left. Very fine, dark patina. 


Septimius Severus, Dupondius, SEVERVS. PIVS. AVG. BRIT., rev. 
Victory standing right, vIcT. BRIT., etc. Very fine. 


Elagabalus, Sestertius, rev. Sol left, holding whip; Philip I, Ses- 
tertius, P. 111. COS. U1, Felicity standing left. Both very fine. 


Gordian I, Africanus, Sestertius, rev. Securitas seated left. About 
fine, very rare. 


Gordian II, Africanus, Sestertius, rev. Roma seated left. Tooled 
in field, about fine, very rare. 


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Lor 
446 


447 


448 


449 


450 


451 


452 


453 


454 


455 


456 


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Valerian I, Sestertius, rev. Victory standing left. Very fine, slight 
tooling. 


Diocletian, Folles, Moneta standing left; struck after his abdica- 
tion (2); others of Maximianus (1), Galerius (2) and Galeria 
Valeria (R.I.C. 110). Very fine, the last scarce. 


Galeria Valeria, Folles, in exergue ALE, ANT, SM.TS. Very fine or 
better. 


Severus II, Follis, as Caesar, rev. Mars advancing right; another, 
as Augustus, Fides seated left, in ex. Ags; others of Maxi- 
minus II, as Cesar, Genius standing left (extremely fine), 
and Maxentius, as Augustus, Roma seated in hexastyle 
temple, agp. Very fine except where stated. 


Augustus (27 B.C—A.D. 14) and Agrippa (d. A.D. 12), 4225 of 
Nemausus, heads of Augustus and Agrippa back to back, 
rev. crocodile chained to palm-tree (R.LC. p. 44; C.7). 
Extremely fine with dark green patina. 


Nero (A.D. 54-68), Sestertius, laureate head right, rev. Temple of 
Janus (R.ILC. 171; C.144). Fine. 


Trajan (A.D. 98-117), Sestertius, laureate bust of Trajan right, 
rev. Arabia standing left, camel at feet (R.IL.C. 466; C.32). 
Very fine. 


Hadrian (A.D. 117-138), Sestertius, bare-headed, draped and 
cuirassed bust left, rev. Clementia standing left (R.LC. 
702); C.234 var.). Very fine. 


Sabina (wife of Hadrian), Sestertius, draped and diademed bust 
right, rev. Concordia standing left (R.L-C. 1026; C.6). Very 


fine. 


Antoninus Pius (A.D. 138-161), Sestertius, laureate head right, 
rey. funeral pyre of four tiers (R.LC. 1268; C.167). Very 


fine. 


Clodius Albinus (A.D. 193-195), Sestertius, bare head right, rev. 
Concordia seated left (R.LC. 62; C.7). Scarce and about 


fine. 


£75.00 


£39.00 


£58.00 


£32.00 


£42.00 


£14.00 


£32.00 


£28.00 


£28.00 


£30.00 


£18.00 


£26.00 


£24.00 


£17.00 


£30.00 


£36.00 


£56.00 


£28.00 


£21.00 


£35.00 


Lor 
457 


458 


459 


460 


461 


462 


463 


464 


466 


Caracalla (A.D. 198-217), Sestertius, laureate, draped and 
cuirassed bust right, rev. Mars standing left holding Vic- 
tory, captive at feet (R.ILC. 490b var.; C.198 var.). Very 
fine. 


Volusian (A.D. 251-253), Sestertius, laureate, draped and 
cuirassed bust right, rev. IVNONI MARTIALIS S.C., Juno seated 
in circular temple (R.I.C. 253a; C.46). Very fine. 


Valerian I (A.D. 253-260), Sestertius, laureate and cuirassed bust 
right, rev. Victory standing left (R.I-C. 177; C.234). Irregu- 
lar flan but very fine. 


Severina (wife of Aurelian), As, diademed and draped bust right, 
rev. Juno standing left, peacock at feet (RUC, 7; C9). 
Green patina, about extremely fine. 


Sestertii (7), Faustina II (2) (R.LC. 1378 and 1692), Lucilla 
(R.L.C. 1763), Julia Domna (R.1.C. 590), Julia Mamea 
(R.LC. 694), Otacilia Severa (R.ILC. 209a) and Herennia 
Etruscilla (R.I-C. 136b). Fine to very fine. 


Roman bronze coins (9), consisting of Sestertii of Maximinus I, 
Maximus, Severus Alexander, Gordian HI and Philip I, and 
Asses of Julia Mesa, Severus Alexander and Otacilia 
Severa (2). All described on tickets, fine to very fine. 


Roman second brass (7) of Caligula, Claudius I, Nero, Domitian, 
Nerva (2) and Trajan. All described on tickets, fine to very 


fine. 


Roman Denarii (4) of Nerva, Trajan (2) and Maximinus I, 
together with a Tetradrachm of Vespasian of the mint of 
Antioch. Fine to very fine. 


Roman Antoniniani (13), in silver of Gordian II, Philip I, 
Herennia Etruscilla. Gallienus, Salonina, Saloninus, and in 
billon of Gallienus, Postumus (2), ‘Tetricus, Probus, Carus, 
Diocletian; together with five Constantinian bronze coins. 
Fine to very fine, a few better. 


Syria, Antiochus VII (138-129 B.C.), Tetradrachm, diademed 
head right, rev. Athena standing left (B.M.C. 19), together 
with a cistophoric Tetradrachm of Pergamum and two 
Greek bronze coins. All very fine. 


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467 


468 


469 


470 


471 


476 


477 


478 


479 


430 


481 


482 


Trajan (A.D. 98-117), Sestertius, laureate bust right, rev. Fortuna 
standing left (R.I.C. 500; C.477). Very fine. 


Hadrian (A.D. 117-138), Sestertius, laureate head right, rev. 
Roma seated left (R.ILC. 636; C.342). Some pitting but 
very fine. 


Roman Sestertii (5) of Lucilla, Gordian HI, Philip I (2) and 
Julia Mamea. Fine to very fine. 


Ancient coins (14), Denarii (2), Antoniniani (8), a colonial bronze 
and Byzantine bronze coins (2), and one forgery. Fine to 
very fine. 


Galeria Valeria (wife of Galerius), Follis, diademed and draped 
bust right, rev. Venus standing left, mint of Alexandria. 
Extremely fine. 


Roman Republican Denarii (11), various (S.419, 450 (2), 468, 
480, 611, 732 (2), 735 (2), 84le). Fine to very fine. 


Roman Imperial Denarii (10), Domitian, Hadrian, Faustina I, 
Marcus Aurelius (2), Clodius Albinus (chipped), Geta, 
Severus Alexander, Maximus I and Gordian III. Fine to 
very fine. 


— A similar lot (9), Commodus, Crispina, Geta, Septimius 
Severus, Julia Domna, Julia Mesa, Severus Alexander (2) 
and Maximinus I. Fine to very fine. 


Roman Imperial Antoniniani (9), Gordian III (8) and Trajan 
Decius. Very fine to about extremely fine. 


Roman Imperial bronze (12), Sestertii (3) of Agrippina I, Lucilla, 
Severus Alexander, and second brass (9) of Drusus, Nero, 
Vespasian, Domitian (2), Nerva, Faustina I, M. Aurelius 
and Gordian III. Fine. 


Roman Imperial second brass (13) of Augustus (3), Claudius I 
(2), WVespasian, Domitian (2), Trajan, Antoninus Pius, 
Lucilla, Philip I and Severina. Fine. 


Byzantine Miliaresia (2) of Nicephorus II (R.1913), very fine, 
and Leo IV and Constantine VI (R.1768), fine and cracked. 


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£16.00 


£23.00 


£26.00 


£11.00 


£19.00 


£30.00 


£38.00 


£28.00 


£21.00 


£44.00 


£48.00 


£16.00 


£14.00 


£28.00 


£20.00 


£14.00 


£15.00 


£28.00 


£30.00 


£18.00 


£26.00 


£16.00 


Lor 
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484 


485 


486 


487 


488 


489 


490 


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492 


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Byzantine bronze coins (6), including Folles of Justinian I, Anas- 
tasius, Justin II and Sophina, together with three tetrarchic 
Folles. Fine to very fine. 


Mark Antony and Octavia, cistophoric Tetradrachm, head of 
Antony right wearing ivy-wreath, all within wreath, rev. 
head of Octavia right on cista mystica between two serpents 
(C.2; $.1197). About very fine. 


Syria, Antiochus VII (138-129 B.C.), Drachm, diademed head 
right, rev. Nike advancing left (Bab. 1162 var.), about ex- 
tremely fine; together with a Drachm of Velia, a Drachm 
of Ariobarzanes I of Cappadocia and a Hemidrachm of 
Argos. Fine to very fine. 


Syria, Nero (A.D. 54-68), Tetradrachm, laureate head right, rev. 
eagle on thunderbolt left, palm before (B.M.C. 190). Very 


fine. 


Roman Imperial Sestertii (4), Commodus (R.IC. 641; C.644; 
R.L.C. 407), Crispina (R.I.C. 672; C.33) and Julia Mameza 
(REC. 7082 C.83). Fine, 


Roman Imperial coins (12), consisting of billon Antoniniani (7) 
including Aurelian and Vabalathus, and Gallienus (C.47), 
second brass (4), a Greek bronze and a Siliqua of Theo- 
dosius II. Fine to very fine, some better. 


Marcus Aurelius (A.D. 161-180), Denarius, laureate head right, 
rey. altar inscribed FORT/REDV/CI in three lines (R.I-C. 360; 
C.939). Very rare and very fine. 


Septimius Severus (A.D. 193-211), Denarius, DIVO SEVERO PIO, 
bare head right, rev. CONSECRATIO, eagle standing on globe 
(R.LC. 191c; C.84). Very fine and scarce. 


Roman Imperial silver (17), Denarii of Vespasian, Domitian, 
Trajan (4), Antoninus Pius (4), Faustina J, M. Aurelius, 
Commodus, Septimius Severus, Julia Domna, and Antonin- 
iani of Philip I (2). All identified in envelopes, fair to fine. 


Roman Imperial Sestertii (10) of Domitian (2), Antoninus Pius, 
Marcus Aurelius (2), Severus Alexander (4) and Otacilia 
Severa. All identified in envelopes, fair to fine. 


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493 Roman Imperial bronze (17), Sestertii of Antoninus Pius, Com- 
modus, Crispina, Severus Alexander, an As of Domitian 
and A{3 (12) of the third and fourth centuries. All identi- 
fied in envelopes, fine to very fine, some better. 


494 Thrace, Lysimachus (323-281 B.C.), Tetradrachm, head of deified 
Alexander right, rev. Athena seated left, AI and NE inner 
left, [1 on throne (Thompson —). About extremely fine, 
some wear of obverse die. 


495 Egypt, Ptolemy I (323-284 B.C.), Tetradrachm, diademed head of 
Ptolemy I, rev. eagle standing left on thunderbolt (Sv. 256), 
about extremely fine, and a Denarius of Cn. Lentulus 
(S.752), very fine. 


497 Macedon, Acanthus (c. 430-380 B.C.), Tetrobol, protome of bull 
left, head turned back to right, rev. quadripartite incuse 
(B.M.C. 33). About very fine. 


498* —— Philip II (359-336 B.C.), Quarter-Stater, head of Heracles 
right, in lion skin, rev. bow, club and thunderbolt (Pozzi 
845). Very fine. 


499 — Alexander III (336-323 B.C.), Tetradrachms (2), head of 
Herakles right, in lion skin, rev. Zeus seated left (Muller 68 
and 267). Very fine. 


Aesillas, quaestor (93-92 B.C.), Tetradrachm, head of 
Alexander right, rev. chest, club and stool (B.M.C. 81). 
Very fine. 


500* 





501 Thessaly, Thessalian League (196-146 B.C.), Double Victoriati 
(2), head of Zeus right, rev. Pallas Itonia right (B.M.C. 20- 
21). Very fine, the second with countermark. 


502* Arcanania, Leucas (after 168 B.C.), Didrachm, statue of Artemis 
right, in wreath, rev. prow of a galley right (B.M.C. 90). 
Very fine. 


503* Attica, Athens (c. 431-404 B.C.), Tetradrachm, helmeted head of 
Athena right, rev. owl standing facing. Very fine. 


504 Aegina (c. 404-375 B.C.), Stater, tortoise, incuse square with five 
compartments (cf. Boston 1117). About very fine. 


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£70.00 


£60.00 


£42.00 


£80.00 


£55.00 


£75.00 


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Lor 
505 


506 


507 


508 


509 


510 


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Argolis, Argos (c. 228-146 B.C.), Hemidrachms (3), protome of 
wolf to left and right, rev. A in incuse square (B.M.C. 114 
and 118 (2)). Very fine. 


Paphlagonia, Sinope (c. 290-250 B.C.), Didrachm, head of Sinope 
left, rev. Poseidon seated left, with c/m. head of Helios on 
obverse and head of Zeus on reverse (B.M.C. 34). Very 
fine. 


Mysia, Cyzicus (4th Century B.C.), Tetradrachm, head of Kore 
Soteira left, rev. head of lion to left, symbol off flan (B.M.C. 
124 var.). Off-centre and fine. 


—— Pergamum (after 133 B.C.), Tetradrachms (3), cista mystica 
in wreath, rev. serpents entwined (B.M.C. 125 and var.). 
Very fine. 


Caria, Cnidus (c. 400 B.C.), Drachm, protome of lion right, rev. 
head of Aphrodite right, K to left, in incuse (cf. Cahn 109 
but with unrecorded reverse die?). Reverse off-centre, very 


fine. 


Phrygia, Apamea (after 133 B.C.), cistophoric Tetradrachms (3), 
cista mystica in wreath, rev. serpents entwined (B.M.C. 18. 
20, 22). Very fine. 


Lycia, Phaselis (3rd Century B.C.), Stater, prow of galley left, 
rey. stern of galley (cf. Von Aulock 4426). Very fine. 


Cyprus, Citium, Azbaal (449-425 B.C.), Staters (2), Herakles right 
in fighting attitude, rev. lion attacking stag (B.M.C. 18), 
struck with worn dies and only about fine; together with 
an Obol of Nagidus (Bab. pl. 141/15), fine. 


Syria, Antiochus Hierax (241-227 B.C.), Tetradrachm, head of 
Antiochus right, rev. Apollo seated left on omphalos, mint 
of Sardes?, monograms to left and right (Newell, W.S.M. 
—), very fine; and a Tetradrachm of Seleucus III, mint of 
Antioch (Newell, W.S.M. 1029), about fine. 


Judzea, Herod I (37-4 B.C.), medium bronze, tripod lebes, rev. 
helmet flanked by palm branches (Mesh. 37); together 
with eight small bronzes of Alexander Jannzus, Herod I, 
Herod Archelaus, Herod Agrippa, Coponius and Valerius 
Gratus. Fine to very fine. 


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515* Persia, 4th Century B.C., Daric, type of Artaxerxes I, the Great 
King right, rev. incuse (B.M.C. 58/60). Very fine. 


516* Egypt, Ptolemy IV (221-204 B.C.), Tetradrachm, jugate busts of 
Serapis and Isis, rev. eagle standing left on thunderbolt 
(Pozzi 3 and 41). Cleaned and about very fine. 


Roman Republic 


517* Anonymous (c. 85-84 B.C.), Denarius, head of Veiovis right, rev. 
Jupiter in quadriga right (S.723). Extremely fine. 


518* L. Cestius C. Norbanus (c. 44 B.C.), Aureus, bust of Africa right 
in elephant-skin headdress, rev. helmet on curule chair 
(S.1153). Scarce and very fine. 


519 Roman Republican Denarii (4), L. Furius Brocchus (S.902a), 
C. Licinius Macer (S.732), L. Livineius Regulus (S.1111) 
and L. Torquatus (S.545). Very fine. 


520* Q. Pomponius Musa (c. 68-66 B.C.), Denarius, head of Apollo 
right, rev. Urania standing left (S.823). Obverse off-centre, 
scarce and about extremely fine. 


521* C. Terentius Lucanus (c. 135-126 B.C.), Denarius, helmeted head 
of Roma right, rev. Dioscuri right (S.425). Extremely fine. 


522* C. Vibius c.f. Pansa (c. 89-88 B.C.), Denarius, head of Apollo 
right, rev. Minerva in quadriga right (S.684). Extremely 


fine. 


523* M. Antonius (c. 32-31 B.C.), legionary Denarius, galley right, 
rev. LEG XI, three military standards (C.1229). About ex- 
tremely fine. 


Roman Empire 


524* Augustus (27 B.C—A.D. 14), Denarius, laureate head right, rev. 
Augustus seated left on curule chair on platform receiving 
a hostage (C.175). Scarce and very fine. 


525 Hadrian (A.D. At7-138), Denarii (3), revs. Justitia seated left 
(C.877), Libertas seated left (C.904) and Roma seated left 
(C.1099). Very fine. 


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£18.00 


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526 Septimius Severus (A.D. 193-211), Denarii (4), Africa standing 
right (C.493), Salus seated (C.517), Severus standing (C.599) 
and Roma seated (C.606). Very fine. 


S20 Macrinus (A.D. 217-218), Denarius, laureate and cuirassed bust 
right, with short beard, rev. Securitas standing left (C.62). 
Extremely fine. 


*. Ex J. Schulman Sale (R. Graham), 1966, lot 2019. 


528* Severus Alexander (A.D. 222-235), Denarius, laureate head right, 
rev. Providentia standing left (C.501). Extremely fine. 


*. Ex J. Schulman Sale (R. Graham), 1966, lot 2042. 


529* Julia Mama, Denarius, draped and diademed bust right, rev. 
Felicitas standing left (C.17). Extremely fine. 


530* Gordian III (A.D. 238-244), Denarii (2), laureate, draped and 
cuirassed busts right, rev. Letitia standing left (C.120) and 
Gordian on horseback left (C.234). Extremely fine. 


‘.’ The second coin ex sale of the estate of Hall Park McCul- 
lough, New York, 1967. 


531 Philip I (A.D. 244-248), Antoniniani (4), Victory standing left 
(C.227), Victory advancing right (C.231), Virtus seated left 
(C.240) and Virtus standing right (C.244). Very fine to 
about extremely fine. 


532 Trebonianus Gallus (A.D. 251-253), Antoniniani (3), Pax standing 
left (C.77), similar (C.80 var.), and Salus standing left 
(C.117). All about extremely fine. 


533 Valerian I (A.D. 253-260), Antoniniani (4), emperor standing left 
(C.185), RESTITVTOR ORIENTIS (C.189), Salus standing left 
(C.197), and Virtus standing left (C.280). Very fine to ex- 
tremely fine. 


534* Constantius I (A.D. 305-306), Argenteus, mint of Ticinum, 
laureate bust right, rev. four emperors sacrificing before 
camp gate (C.315; Laffranchi 32/35). About extremely 


fine. 


535* Valens (A.D. 364-378), Solidus, mint of Antioch, diademed. 
draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. Victory seated right 
inscribing shield (C.61). Extremely fine. 


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536* Valentinian III (A.D. 425-455), Solidus, mint of Ravenna, 
diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. Valentinian 
standing (C.19). Extremely fine. 


537 Arcadius (A.D. 383-395), Solidus, armed, helmeted bust facing. 
rev. Constantinople seated (T.7). About extremely fine. 


538 Leo I (A.D. 457-473), Solidus, helmeted armed bust facing, rev. 
Victory standing left holding long cross (T.4; R.241). Fine. 


539* Anastasius (A.D. 491-518), Solidus, armed, helmeted bust facing, 
rev. Victory standing left holding long cross (T.70; DO. 3b). 
Extremely fine. 


540* Justin I (A.D. 518-527), Solidus, mint of Thessalonica, helmeted 
armed bust facing, rev. Victory standing left holding long 
cross, stars in field left and right. Very fine. 


541 Justinian I (A.D. 527-565), Solidus, helmeted and cuirassed bust 
facing, rev. Victory standing facing holding long cross and 
globus (B.M.C. 10; R.452). Very fine. 


542 -—— : (7). including Folles of Constantinople, Antioch and 
Carthage. and bronzes (7) of Justin II. Fine to very fine. 


543* Justin II (A.D. 565-578), Solidus, mint of Ravenna, helmeted and 
cuirassed bust facing, holding Victory on globe, rev. Con- 
stantinople seated (R.761; DO. 210b.2 var.). Extremely 


fine. 


544 Maurice Tiberius (A.D. 582-602), Solidus, helmeted and cuirassed 
bust facing, rev. Victory standing facing holding long cross 
and globus (cf. R.1006/7). Very fine. 


545 Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine (A.D. 610-641), Solidi (2), 
Heraclius, with long beard, and son facing, rev. cross on 
steps (DO. 26g and 26j). Very fine. 


546 Constans II (A.D. 641-668), Solidus, facing bust, rev. cross on 
steps, S in right field, officina I (DO. 7 var.; R.1510 var.). 
About extremely fine. 


547* Justinian I (first reign, A.D. 685-695), Solidus, young crowned 
bust facing, rev. cross on steps, officina 0 (DO. 2 var.). Ex- 
tremely fine. 


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£26.00 


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£48.00 


£38.00 


£80.00 


£45.00 


£46.00 


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£36.00 


£32.00 


£44.00 


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£18.00 


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548 Theofilos, Michael II and Constantine (A.D. 832-839), Solidus, 
facing bust of Theofilos, rev. facing busts of Michael and 
Constantine (R.1834; B.M.C. 10). Extremely fine but some 
damage and double-striking. 


549* Constantine VII and Romanus II (A.D. 945-959), Solidus, busts 
of Constantine and Romanus facing, holding patriarchal 
cross between them, rev. bust of Christ facing (R.1905; 
B.M.C. 60). 


550 Constantine IX (A.D. 1042-1055), Nomisma, seated figure of 
Christ facing, rev. facing bust of emperor in loros, holding 
sceptre and globus (R.1987). About extremely fine. 


S51 John II (A.D. 1118-1143), Nomisma, seated figure of Christ 
facing, rev. John standing facing, holding labarum and 
blessed by the Virgin standing on the right (B.M.C. 32). 
Almost extremely fine. 


552 Nicea, Theodore I Lascaris (A.D. 1204-1222), AR Trachy, seated 
figure of Christ facing, rev. Theodore and St. Theodore 
standing side by side, each holding a sword and supporting 
a headed labarum between them (Hendy, pl. 30, 2-3). 
About extremely fine but pierced. 


553 Andronikos IJ and Michael IX (A.D. 1295-1320), electrum 
Trachea (2), the Virgin Orans within the walls of Constan- 
tinople, rev. Andronikos and Michael kneeling facing, 
Christ standing between them (cf. R.2230 var.). Very fine. 


554 -— — Anonymous Grossi (3), seated figure of Christ facing, rev. 
Andronikos and Michael standing facing, holding labarum 
between them (cf. R.2237/9). Very fine. 


555 Trebizond, 13th/14th Century Aspers (4) of John II and Alexius 
II. Very fine. 


556 —— Theodora (c. A.D. 1285), Asper, Theodora standing facing, 
rey. St. Eugenius standing (B.M.C. Vandals 1; R.2320). 
Very fine and rare. 


557. Carausius (A.D. 287-293), Antoniniani (6). Mostly fine. 


558 —— A similar lot. fair to sine. 


Lor 
559 


560 


561 


562 


564 


565 


570 


aft 


7 


—— Antoniniani (5), and Allectus, Antoniniani (2). Mostly 
about fine. 


Nero (A.D. 54-68), Aureus, laureate head right, rev. Jupiter 
seated left (R.ILC. 45; C.118). About fine, has been mounted 
and gilt. 


Fourth Century bronze coins (40), consisting of Constantine I 
(10), Urbs Roma (2), Constantinopolis (4), Constantine II 
(8) and Constans (16). All identified in envelopes, mostly 
very fine, some better. 


— A similar lot, Constantine I (4), Urbs Roma, Constans (10), 
Constantius II (10), Valens (7), Valentinian I, Gratian, 
Honorius, Arcadius, Theodosius I (2) and copies (2). All 
identified in envelopes, mostly very fine, some better. 


—— A similar lot, Constantine I (9), Urbs Roma, Constans (9), 
Constantius II (14)), Gratian and Theodosius I. All identi- 
fied in envelopes, mostly very fine, some better. 


—— A similar lot, Constantine I, Urbs Roma (2), Constan- 
tinopolis, Constans (2), Constantius I] (13), Jovian (2), 
Gratian, Valens (3), Valentinian I (2), Valentinian II and 
uncertain. All identified in envelopes, mostly very fine, 
some better. 


Urbs Roma (c. A.D. 335-337), helmeted head of Roma left, rev. 
GLORIA EXERCITVS, standard between two soldiers, in ex. 
SMHB (L.R.B.C. 941). Very fine and rare. 


Sassanian Dirhems (15), mostly late. Fine to very fine. 

— A similar lot (15). Fine to very fine. 

Arab-Byzantine Fals (10). Mostly fine. 

Byzantine AZ (40). Mostly fine. 

—— A similar lot (40). Mostly fine. 

Romano-British bronze (13), mostly Constantinian AZ of the 


London mint, together with an imitation As of Claudius I. 
Fine to very fine. 


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40 


35 


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10 


40 


40 


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£11.00 


£32.00 
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£105.00 
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£20.00 
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572 


5/3 


574 


575 


576 
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578 


2 iby) 
580 


581 


582 
583 
584 
5385 


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Roman Denarii (10), Commodus (2), Septimius Severus (3), 
Caracalla (3), Julia Domna (2). Fine to very fine. 


Constans II (A.D. 641-668) with Constantine IV, Heraclius and 
Tiberius, busts of Constans and Constantine facing, rev. 
Heraclius and Tiberius standing flanking a long cross on 
steps (R.1607 var.). Some weakness, about extremely fine. 


Constantine X (A.D. 1059-1067), Nomisma, Christ seated on 
throne, facing, rev. Constantine standing holding labarum 
and globus (R.290). Very fine. 


Michael VII (A.D. 1071-1078), Nomisma, bust of Christ facing, 
rey. bust of Michael holding labarum and globus (R.2032). 
About very fine. 


Urtakid bronzes (20), many varieties. Fair to fine. 
— A similar lot (20). Fair to fine. 
— A similar lot (20). Fair to fine. 


Parthian Drachms (10). Fine to about very fine. 


Roman clay forgers’ moulds (4), three obverses and one reverse 
for Folles of Galerius of the mint of Alexandria, from 
Egypt. One broken, very fine. 


Macedon, Perseus (178-168 B.C.), ‘Tetradrachm, diademed head 
of Perseus right, rev. eagle standing right on thunderbolt, 
all in oak-wreath (cf. Grose McClean 3675). Very fine. 


—— A sinmlar com. Very juice. 
Ancient glass weights (6) of the Roman and Arabic period. Fine. 
——— A Smuslar lot. (6). Fie. 


A fine lime-green Byzantine glass weight with cruciform mono- 


gram, ME to left, OV above, I° to right and © below. 
Very fine. 


INTERVAL 
Sale recommences at 1 p.m. precisely 


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587 


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589* 


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592 


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596 


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598 


599 


600 


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Aegina, Stater (c. 550-580 B.C.), sea-turtle with smooth shell, 
rev. divided into five incuse compartments. About fine. 


Bactria, Eucratides (c. 180-160 B.C.), Tetradrachm, bust of 
king right, wearing horned helmet, rev. Dioscuri riding 
right, monogram below. Very fine but tooled, rare. 


Mysia, Pergamum, Attalus I (241-197 B.C.), Tetradrachm, 
head right, rev. Athena seated left. Very fine. 


Judea, 2nd Revolt, Denarius, obv. lyre, rev. grapes. Slight 
corrosion on obverse, very fine. 


—— Denarius, similar, overstruck. Very fine. 


Macedon, Amyntas III, Stater, head of bearded Herakles, rev. 
horse standing right. About fine. 


— Demetrius Poliorketes (306-283 B.C.), Tetradrachm, 
head of Demetrius right, rev. Poseidon standing left, foot 
on rock. About fine, rare. 


Metapontum, Stater, head left with flowing hair, rev. ear of 
barley. Very fine. 


—— Stater, similar but head with hair rolled. Fine. 


Sicily, Selinus (466-415 B.C.), Tetradrachm, River-god Selinos 
standing left, rev. quadriga walking right. Good and rare. 


Pheenicia, Sidon, Double-Shekel (c. 370-358 B.C.), war galley, 
rev. king in chariot left, Persian attendant, ayin and beth 


above. Nearly very fine. 


Paphlagonia, Sinope, Drachm (c. 480-415 B.C.), eagle head 
left, rev. incuse of two granulated squares. Very fine. 


— Drachm, same type but of finer style, two plain 
incuse squares. Very fine. 





Didrachm, head of Sinope left, rev. sea-eagle on 
dolphin, broad flan, weak in parts, fine; another, smaller 
flan, very fine; Hemidrachm, obverse similar, rev. eagle 
facing with outstretched wings, fine. 





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Lor 


601* AR 


602* AR 


603* AR 


604* A 


605 A 


606 AR 


607 AR 


608 AR 


609* AR 


610* AR 


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Italy, Sybaris (c. 550-510 B.C.), Stater, bull standing left, 
looking back, YM above, rev. same type, incuse and 
reversed. Very fine, rare, slight edge breaks. 


Sicily, Syracuse, Tetradrachm (c. 460 B.C.), head right, rev. 
quadriga right. Obverse very fine and sharp, reverse fine 
but not well struck. 





— Tetradrachm (c. 485-479 B.C.), head right, hair 
turned up under diadem. Nearly very fine but two die 
break flaws on reverse. 


Syria, Seleucus I (312-280 B.C.), Tetradrachm, laureate head 
of Zeus to right, rev. Athena in quadriga of elephants to 
right. Fine and rare. 





Tetradrachms of Demetrius I (2) and Alexander I. Fine 
and better. 


Calabria, Tarentum, Didrachm (c. 500 B.C.), Phalanthos on 
dolphin right, rev. sea-horse with curled wings left, radiate 
border (VI. 115); another (470-460 B.C.), Phalanthos on 
dolphin to left, rev. sea-horse right. Both about fine and 
rare. 


Achzan League, Patre (280 B.C.), Hemidrachm, head of 
Zeus right, rev. monogram in wreath (B.M.C. 43); Man- 
tineia (c. 222 B.C.), Hemidrachm, similar type, both very 
fine; Aegina, Quarter-Stater (c. 500 B.C.), turtle with 
smooth shell, rev. incuse triangular compartments, fine, 
rare. 


Pontus, Amisus, Drachm (4th Cent. B.C.), head of Tyche 
left, rev. owl facing with spread wings, very fine; Phcenicia. 
Aradus, Stater (c. 380 B.C.), head of male deity, laur. and 
bearded, right, rev. galley over waves, eye at prow (B.M.C. 
36a), fine. 


Athens, Attica, Tetradrachm (490-430 B.C.), head of Athena 
right, rev. owl standing right, head facing, wings closed 
(B.M.C. 43). Very fine, rare. 


— -——  Tetradrachm of very archaic style (c. 500 B.C.), 
lumpy fabric, type as preceding (B.M.C. 3). Chisel cut on 
reverse, very fine, very rare. 


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611 AR Bactria, Eucratides (c. 169-159 B.C.), Tetradrachm, bust 
right, rev. the Dioscuri, Greek legends around (B.M.C. 9). 
Tooled in field, nearly very fine. 


612 Beotia in Genere (220-197 B.C.), 4k Drachm, head of Dementer, 
rey. Posiedon standing, fine; Spain, Castulo (204-254 B.C.), 
AE 33, rev. Sphinx right, fair; Celts of the Danube, A 
Tetradrachm (c. Ist Century B.C.), rev. crude horse left, 
about fine. 


613 A Islands of Ionia, Chios, Didrachm (478-412 B.C.), rev. 
quadripartite incuse square, nearly fine; Colchis in Genere, 
Hemidrachm (4th Century B.C.) (B.M.C. 1), obverse off- 
centre; Locris Opunti, Obol (338-300 B.C. (B.M.C. 45). 
very fine. 


614 A Corinth, Stater (c. 500 B.C.), Pegasus left, O below, rev. 
archaic head within incuse square; another (c. 380 B.C.), 
head left, dolphin above. The first good and rare, second 
very fine. 


615 AR Cyzicus, Trihemiobol (480-400 B.C.) (B.M.C. 108), very fine; 
Eubecea, Histizea, Tetrobo! (196-146 B.C.) (B.M.C. 99), ex- 
tremely fine. 


616 AR Moesa Inferior, Istrus, Drachm (400-300 B.C.), two young 
male heads, one inverted, A below dolphin (B.M.C. 2), 
very fine; Crete, Lyttus, Didrachm (c. 450-300 B.C.), eagle 
left, rev. boar’s head (B.M.C. 17), tooled, about fine, rare. 


617* A Judea, 2nd Revolt (A.D. 132-135), Denarius, inscription 
within wreath, rev. ewer with palm branch to right. Plated, 
fine and rare. 


618 AR Macedon, Alexander III (336-323 B.C.), Tetradrachms (2). 
Fine. 


619 AX —— —— Drachm, monogram below eagle, very fine; Philip 
III (323-297 B.C.), Tetradrachm, about fine. 


620 AR Metapontum, Lucania, Stater (c. 300 B.C.), head of Perse- 
phone right, rev. ear of barley (B.M.C. 122). Fine and rare. 


621 AR Elis, Olympia, Drachm (c. 400 B.C.), eagle flying right, very 
fine; Rhodes, Drachm (c. 160 B.C.). head of Helios three- 
quarters right, some corrosion spots but extremely fine. 


£100.00 


£50.00 


£38.00 


£42.00 


£36.00 


£70.00 


W’drawn 


£75.00 


£38.00 


£32.00 


£60.00 


£60.00 


£24.00 


£48.00 


£22.00 


£32.00 


£27.00 


Lor 


Nw 
tw 


622* AR Perga, Pamphylia, Tetradrachm (2nd Century B.C.), head of 


623 


624 


625 


627 


628 


630 


631 


632 


Artemis right, rev. Artemis as huntress left. E in field. 
Fine and very rare. 


AR Tarentum, Didrachm (c. 281-235 B.C.), horse walking right, 
rev. Taras on dolphin left (B.M.C. 171); another, similar 
but horse standing (B.M.C. 135). Very fine. 


AR —— Didrachm (c. 281-272 B.C.), similar types (B.M.C. 249); 
another (c. 272-235 B.C.) (B.M.C. 214). Very fine or better. 


AR —— Didrachm (c. 272-235 B.C.), similar type, face mask 
under horse (B.M.C. 142), nearly very fine; Stater, horse- 
man left, Taras on dolphin left (B.M.C. 250), very fine, rare. 


Parthia, AR Drachms of Mithradates I (Sellwood 10/1) and Mith- 
radates II, nearly very fine, the first pierced; Thessalian 
Confederacy (191-146 B.C.), AX Double Victoriatus (B.M.C, 
4); Sinope, Paphlagonia, AR Hemidrachm (375-350 B.C.); 
Syracuse, AZ 22mm. (274-216 B.C.) (B.M.C. 599), fine and 
better. 


AR Lucania, Thurium, Obol (300-268 B.C.), nearly fine; Velia, 
Stater (400-268 B.C.), rev. lion springing on stag left 
(B.M.C. 111), punch mark in centre of reverse, very fine. 


AR Thasos, Tetradrachm (after 146 B.C.), head of young 
Dionysos wearing ivy-wreath (B.M.C. 67-78), chisel mark 
on reverse, tooled and cleaned; ‘Thrace, Lysimachus (323- 
281 B.C.), Tetradrachm, fine. 


AR Syria, Antiochus IV (175-164 B.C.), Tetradrachm (B.M.C. 
17), fine; Satraps of Tarsus, Stater (379-374 B.C.), Baaltars 
seated left (B.M.C. 21), very fine. 


AR Pheenicia, Sidon, Double Shekel (384-370 B.C.), war galley, 
rev. king in chariot left (B.M.C. 17). Only good but rare. 


Corinth (c. 330 B.C.), Stater, symbols AI, Artemis (Ravel 1081), 
rim pierced; Tarentum (c. 330 B.C.), Didrachm, horseman 
right, AAI below, rev. Taras on dolphin, hippocamp on 
shield, PI left, shell below (Vlasto 594). Very fine. 


Athens (c. 450 B.C.), Tetradrachm (17.05 gms.) of later archaic 
style. Rev. weak but very fine. 


Lor 
633 


634 


635 


636 


637 


638 


640 


641 


642 


643 


644 


645 


23 


Heraclea Pontica, Timotheus and Dionysius (c. 340 B.C.), Stater 
(9.4gms.), head of young Dionysius, rev. Heracles and 
trophy (B.M.C. 21; Pozzi 2142). Almost very fine. 


Drachms (5): Larissa (c. 350 B.C.), rev. horse feeding left; 
Rhodes (c. 50 B.C.), rev. full-blown rose (B.M.C. 335 ff); 
Amisus (c. 350 B.C.) (2), rev. owl with spread wings; 
Byzantium (c. 350 B.C.) (B.M.C. 15). Two with deep cuts, 
fine or better. 


Lycean League (c. 100 B.C.), Drachms (3), Olympus and Phaselis 
(2), with rev. lyre and symbols in shallow incuse square (cf. 
B.M.C. 16). Scarce and very fine. 


—="A similar lot. 


Rhodes (c. 150 B.C.), Drachms (6), radiate head of Helios right, 
rey. Shallow incuse square containing rosebud, various sym- 
bols and magistrates. Fine. 


== Assimilar lot. 


Tetradrachms (4) of Antiochus XI of Syria (B.M.C. 1-5), Ptolemy 
VII, mint of Citium, Salamis, and Babylon. Fine or better. 


Pheenicia, Didrachm of Tyre (c. 300 B.C.), rev. owl. crook and 
flail; Half-Shekel of Sidon, war galley, rev. king in chariot. 
The first very fine. 


—— Sidon (c. 340 B.C.), Double Shekel (24.9 gms.), war galley, 
rey. Persian king in chariot (B.M.C. 69). Fine. 


—— Sidon (c. 400 B.C.), Double Shekel (26.37 gms.), galley 
before fortress, rev. king in chariot (B.M.C. 5) (deep cut); 
c. 340 B.C., Double Shekel, similar but obv. galley only 
(B.M.C. 17); and a 1/16th-Siglos, rev. king and lion. Good 
to fine. 


Small silver (7), including Spain, Osca, Partum, Olympus; to- 
gether with Greek bronzes (31). Some plugged, mainly fine. 


Greek Imperial, silver (1), billon (3) and bronzes (20), together 
with other Greek silver (2). Fine or better, all attributable. 


— Bronzes (30). Mainly fine. 


38 


26 


30 


£22,00 


£34.00 


£20.00 


2200 


£32.00 


2100) 


£36.00 


£21.00 


£24.00 


£30.00 


£44.00 


£52.00 


£60.00 


£50.00 
£42.00 


£17.00 


£20.00 


£60.00 


W’drawn 


£36.00 


£78.00 


£75.00 


£85.00 


Loe 


£70.00 


Lor 
646 


647 


648 


649 


650 


651 


652 


653 


654 


655 


656 


657 


24 


—— Bronzes (63). Many fine. 
—— Bronze Drachms of Alexandria (39). Fair. 


Peonia, Patraus, c. 340-315 B.C., Tetradrachm, diademed por- 
trait head of Patraus right, rev. Peonian horseman right, 
spearing fallen Macedonian soldier. Chisel-cuts in edge, 
fine and extremely rare. 


—— —— Tetradrachm, laur. head of Apollo left, rev. similar 
to the previous coin. Very fine and rare. 


—— —— Tetradrachm, similar, obv. fine, rev. very fine, scarce; 
another, different dies, fine and very rare; another, from 
different dies, rev. symbol bull’s head, legend retrograde, 
very fine and scarce. 


AR Attica, Athens, Tetradrachm (4th Century B.C.), very fine, 
Arab-Asian, Dirhems (2, one broken). 


AR Syria, Antiochus VIII, Tetradrachm, head right, rev. Zeus 
standing holding star and sceptre (B.M.C. 14). Extremely 


fine. 


Antiochus IV, Tetradrachm (B.M.C. 17), very fine, but 
corrosion spots and cleaned; Macedon, Alexander III, 
Tetradrachm, fine; another, countermarked on obverse. 


AR 





AR Elis, Drachm, eagle with hare, rev. winged thunderbolt: 
Rhodes, Drachm, cleaned; Anactorium, Corinthian Stater, 
double-pierced on edge, Calabria, Half-Litra; Cyzicus, 
Trihemiobol; Miletus, Hemidrachm; Thebes, Obol. The 
last good, others fine or better. 


AR Capadocia, Ariarathes, Drachm; Didrachms of Chios, 
Carthage, Caulonia, Nola; Byzantium, Half-Siglos; Bac- 
tria, Eucratides, Obol. Fine or better. 


AR Athens, Tetradrachm (c. 430-322 B.C.), countermark of owl 
on reverse, fine; Tarentum, Didrachm; Thasos, Drachm, 
nearly very fine. 


Pergamum, cistophoric Tetradrachm; Tarentum, Stater, both fine; 
Boetia, Thebes, Stater (B.M.C. 101), only fair; other minor 
Greek A (5), of Thebes, Terina, etc., a few fine. 


63 


Sy) 


LOE 
658 


659 


660 


661 


662 


663 


664 


665 


666 


667 


668 


671 


25 


AR Thessaly, Drachms of Larissa, Perrhebi, The Confederacy; 
Half-Drachm of Pharsalus. Mostly fine. 


A Pontus, Amisus, Drachms (6); Achzan League, Hemidrachms 
(6); The Arcadians, Triobols (2). Fine and better. 


AR Aegina, Stater; Arcarnania, Didrachm; Argolis, Hemidrachm; 
Athens, Drachm, all only fair; Apollonia, Drachms (2), fine. 


Bosphorus, Kingdom, Rhescuporis III (A.D. 212-229), electrum 
Stater, bust right on both sides. Fine. 


AR Bithynia, Calchedon, Drachm, bull standing right, rev. incuse 
square; Kingdom, Nicomedes II, Tetradrachm, pitted, 
nearly very fine. 


AR Corinth, Stater (540-430 B.C.) (B.M.C. 65), good; another 
(c. 350-300 B.C.); Hemidrachm (B.M.C. 355); Cilicia, Soli- 
Pompeiopolis, Stater, good; Croton, Stater (B.M.C. 26); 
Chios, Didrachm; Cnidus, Drachm; Cilicia, Obol, some fine. 


AR Illyricum, Damastion (c. 350 B.C.), Tetradrachm; Cyrene, 
Didrachm; Istrus, Drachm; Bruttium, Croton, 4-Stater; 
Heraclea, Obol. Last two fine. 


AR Thrace, Cherronesus, Hemidrachm; Maroneia, Trihemiobol; 
Kingdom, Lysimachus, Tetradrachm; Syria, Tetradrachms 
of Antiochus I and Antiochus VIII, Drachms of Demetrius 
I (2); Macedon, Alexander III, Drachm. The last very fine, 
others nearly fine. 


AX Crete, Lyttus, Stater (c. 450-300 B.C.), eagle flying right, rev. 
boar’s head right in incuse square. Fine, rare. 


AR Larissa, Didrachms (2); Leucas, Stater, fine; Lycian League, 
Phaselis, Drachm, very fine. 


Ancient bronze coins, mostly Greek; Egypt, glass weight. Some 
very fine. 


AR Roman Republican Denarii, Acilia, Aemilia, Appuleia. 
Ceecilia, Cassia (2); Victoriatus (c. 205-150 B.C.); Quinarius. 
Cloulia (Syd. 922, 828, 578A, 611, 935, 936, 83, 586b). 
Last two nearly fine, others mostly about very fine. 


14 


26 


£65.00 


£90.00 


£85.00 


£60.00 


£62.00 


£100.00 


£90.00 


£65.00 


£90.00 


£65.00 


£75.00 


£50.00 


£52.00 


£48.00 


£30.00 


£390.00 


£54.00 


£130.00 


£50.00 


£30.00 


£68.00 


£42.00 


£169.00 


DOr 
672 


673 


674 


G/5* 


676 


o77* 


678 


679 


680 


681 


682* 


26 


AR —— Acilia, Cornelia, Fabia, Fulvia, Hosidia, Julia, Licinia 
(2) (Syd. 922, 752, 532, 539A, 728D, 904, 732, 929). Mostly 
very fine. 

AR —— Marcia, Norbana, Poblicia, Porcia, Postumia, Titia (2) 


(Syd. 737, 739, 614, 513, 745, 691, 692). About very fine. 


AR —— Tituria (2), Quinctia, Valeria, Vibia, Volteia (2) (Syd. 
700, 700A, 563, 565, 944, 774, 775). Fine and better. 


A’ Julius Cesar, Aureus (44 B.C.), bust of Venus right, dia- 
demed, shoulders bare, CAES DIC QVAR, rev. COS QVINC 
within laurel wreath (Syd. 1021). Weak on reverse, fine 
and very rare. 


AR Denarii, Pompey the Great (2), both only good; Julius Cesar, 
fine; Mark Antony (2) (Syd. 1035, 1344, 1006, 1232a, 1168), 
last two nearly fine. 


AR Antony and Cleopatra, Denarius, bare head of M. Antony 
right, rev. diademed and draped bust of Cleopatra right 
(Syd. 1210). Legends incomplete, nearly fine, very rare. 


AR M. Antony and Octavia (39 B.C.), Cistophorus, conjoined 
busts right (Syd. 1198); Mark Antony and Lucius Antony, 
Denarius, bare head right on each side (Syd. 118g). Both 
nearly fine. 


AR Augustus, Denarius, bare head right, rev. Apollo standing left, 
IMP X, in exergue ACT (R.I.C. 328), nearly very fine but 
small; another, rev. temple, about fine. 


AR Denarii, Tiberius, quadriga right; Nero, Jupiter seated left; 
Otho, Security standing (R.LC. 2, 45, 12). The second very 
fine, others nearly fine. 


~ Sestertii, Agrippina Senior, carpentum drawn by two mules: 
Claudius, legend in wreath; Nero, Roma seated left (nearly 
very fine); AZ As, Galba, Liberty standing left. First two 
only good. 


A Civil Wars (A.D. 68-29), Denarius struck for Galba, head of 
Libertas right, rev. SPQR on shield within oak-wreath 
(B.M.C. 12; R.LC. S21). About very fine, very rare. 


Lor 
683 


684 


685 


686 


687 


688 


689 


690 


691 


692 


693 


27 


AR Vitellius and his children, Denarius, head right, rev. his son 
and daughter face to face (R.I.C. 14). Tooled in parts, 
nearly fine, rare. 


A Denarii, Vitellius, rev. Victory left; Vespasian, Pax seated 
left; Domitian (as Cesar), Nerva (2), Trajan (2). Fine and 
better. 


AZ Nerva, Sestertius, laur. bust right, rev. FISCI IVDAICI, etc. 
around palm-tree (R.I.C. 82). Good and rare. 


AE Sestertii, Titus, Ant. Pius; As, Vespasian (2), Domitian, 
Hadrian, Ant. Pius (2), last three with BRITANNIA; Quadrans 
of Trajan. Mostly good to fine. 


AR Denarii, Hadrian (3), Sabina, Aelius (2), Ant. Pius, Faustina 
(2). Mostly very fine. 


7Z Antoninus Pius, Sestertius, TR. POT XIx Cos 1 (Syd. 946), 
very fine, dark patina; Faustina Senior, Sestertius, veiled 
bust right, rev. Cybele seated right (Syd. 1145), tooled in 
field, nearly very fine. 


AR Denarii, Marcus Aurelius (as Ceesar under Ant. Pius), another 
(as Augustus), both very fine; Lucius Verus, Commodus, 
Crispina, all fine; AZ Sestertii, Marcus Aurelius, Faustina 
Junior, Lucius Verus, all poor to good. 


A Pertinax (A.D. 193), Denarius, laureate bust right, rev. Provi- 
dentia standing left (R.LC. 10). Slightly off-centre, fine 
and rare. 


AR Denarii, Sept. Severus, Caracalla, Julia Paula, Julia Mesa, 
Elagabalus, Sev. Alexander (2). Very fine and better. 


AZ Gordian II (Africanus) (A.D. 238), Sestertius, laur., draped 
bust right, rev. Aeternitas seated left. Only fair but very 
rare. 


AR Denarii of Orbiana, Julia Mamza and Maximinus I, last two 
very fine; Gordian III, A heavy Antoninianus and €& As, 
4th issue; Philip I, AR Antoninianus, fine and better. 


694* AA Trajan Decius, Double Sestertius, radiate, draped and cuir. 


bust right, rev. Felicity standing facing, FELICITAS SAECVLI 
s.c. Edge damaged, very fine, very rare. 


£55.00 


£95.00 


£90.00 


£90.00 


£90.00 


£48.00 


£65.00 


£60.00 


£58.00 


£48.00 


£52.00 


£100.00 


£55.00 


£85.00 


£55.00 


£60.00 


£60.00 


£62.00 


£95.00 


£42.00 


£45.00 


£60.00 


Lot 
695 


696 


697 


698 


699 


700 


701 


702 


703 


704 


28 


AZ —— Sestertius (R.LC. 112), fine; AR Antoniniani of Philip IE 
(as Cesar), Herennia Etruscilla, Herennius Etruscus, Treb. 
Sy Valerian J, Mariniana and Salonina, very fine and 

etter. 


AZ Antoniniani of Vabalanthus (as Augustus), VENVS AVG, good 
and rare; Florianus, Providence standing left; Carausius, 
London, LEG vil CLA, both fine and rare. 


fZ Antoniniani of Macrianus, Quietus, Postumus, Tacitus, Maxi- 
mianus; Sestertius of Postumus; Follis, London, of Dio- 
cletian; and a Quinarius of Allectus. First two poor, others 
fine or better. 


AR Heavy Siliqua of Constantius II and Siliqua of Gratian, very 
fine and fine; AZ Magnentius, Double Centenionalis; other 
AE from Constantius Chlorus to Tiberius II Constantine (8), 
some very fine. 


AN Valentinian I, Solidus, Valentinian standing, in ex. SMNI, 
scratches in reverse field, fine; Theodosius II, Solidus, hel- 
meted bust facing, GLORO AVI STERRAR, in ex., TESOB, about 
very fine. 


AN’ Honorius, Solidus, bust right, rev. VICTORIA AVGGG, in ex. 
CONOB. Very fine. 


AN’ Leo IL and Zeno, Solidus, bust racing, rev. Leo IL and Zeno 
seated, in ex. CONOB; Zeno, Solidus, VICTORIA AVGGGE, in ex. 
conos. Both nearly very fine, the first rare. 


A’ Solidi, Maurice Tiberius (A.D. 582-602), helmeted bust; 
Focas (602-610), crowned bust, both with Victory standing, 
CONOB in exergue. Very fine. 


A Solidi, Heraclius (610-613), rev. cross on steps; Heraclius with 
Heraclius Constantine and Heraclonas, ohy. Heraclius with 
his sons standing facing. Very fine. 


AN Solidi, Justinian II (685-695), rev. cross on steps, has been 
mounted; Constantine IV with Heraclius and Tiberius, rev. 
Heraclius and Tiberius standing facing, very fine, legends 
weak; another, similar, scratched in obverse field, otherwise 


very fine. 


11 


Lor 
705 


706 


707 


708 


709 


710 


Til 


712 
713 


714 


715 


716 


ya) 


29 


A’ Scyphate Nomisma, Constantine IX (1042-55) (R.1988): 
Andronicus II with Michael IX (R.2233); electrum 
Nomisma, Isaac II (1185-95), similar. The second cracked, 
last very fine. 


Roman Colonial: Tiberius and Drusus, AR Drachm of Cesarea, 
laureate head of Tiberius right, rev. bare head of Drusus 
left (R.I.C. (Tib) 7; B.M.C. 171). Fine and rare. 


—— ££ Tetradrachms of Alexandria, Vabalathus (as Augustus) 
and Gordian II (Africanus) (D.5508v, 4658v). Very fine 
and fine. 


— Augustus, 2 As of Calagarris; Alexandria, Claudius and 
Messalina, billon Tetradrachm; Antinous, A223, good and 
rare; other AZ of Alexandria (6), many fine. 


AZ Domitian (as Augustus), Sestertius, COS. XVI. CENS. PER. P.P., 
rey. Domitian standing left with Victory. Some corrosion, 
nearly extremely fine. 


AZ Hadrian, Dupondius, cos. Ul. P.p., rev. Achea kneeling to 
emperor, S.C. in ex., slight tooling, almost extremely fine; 
Sept. Severus, Sestertius, rev. Annona, small but fine, light 
green patina. 


/E Lucilla, Sestertius, rev. PIETAS S.c., Pietas standing left. 
Almost extremely fine, dark patina. 


E Probus, Antoniniani (14), all different. Mostly very fine. 
AE —— A somewhat similar lot (15). Several very fine. 


AZ Carus, Antoniniani (5), all different; struck after his death 
(2), eagle altar. The last only fine, others very fine. 


AE Numerian, Antoniniani (8), mostly different, struck after his 
death, rev. eagle. Very fine or better. 


AE Folles, Maxentius, as Augustus (2), Licinius I (2), Constan- 
tine I, as Cesar (2). One fine, others very fine or better. 


AR Ahenobarbus, Denarius, bare head of L. Domitius Aheno- 
barbus right, rev. prow surmounted by trophy. Adout fine, 
very rare. 


£52.00 


£60.00 


£95.00 


£52.00 


£125.00 


£52.00 


£145.00 


£52.00 
£42.00 


£65.00 


£72.00 


£24.00 


£70.00 


£310.00 


£65.00 


£30.00 


£130.00 


£150.00 


£48.00 


£125:00 


£52.00 


£30.00 


£52.00 


£78.00 


£50.00 


£44.00 


£36.00 


30 
Lor 


718* AR Antonia (daughter of Mark Antony and Octavia), Denarius, 
draped bust right, rev. two lighted torches joined by gar- 
land, SACERDOS DIVI AvGvsTI (C.5; R.LC. (Claud.) 82: 
B.M.C. 166). Very fine and very rare. 


719° A Caligula, Drachm of Cesarea, bare head right, rev. lituus and 
simplum (C.12; R.I.C. 8). Slightly off-centre, fine, rare. 


720 AR Galba, Denarius, head right, rev. Victory on globe. Fine, 
scarce. 


721* Domitia and Domitian, Cistophorus, draped bust right, rev. head 
of Domitian right. Fine, very rare. 


722 A Domitian, Sestertius, head right, cos v1, rev. Domitian riding 
left, SC below. Fine and very rare. 


723* AZ Orbiana, Sestertius, rev. CONCORDIA AVGVSTORVM (C.4; R.LC. 
655). Fine, rare. 


724* Domitius Domitianus, billon Tetradrachm, laureate bust r., rev. 
Nike standing facing. Very fine, rare. 


725 MN Honorius, Solidus, bust right. rev. Honorius right with foot on 
captive, in field M D, in exergue comos. Very fine. 


726* AR Heraclius and Her. Constantine, Hexagram (B.M.C. 104). 
Very fine. 


727 AX Roman Republic, Denarii (37), Victoriatus (1). A few fine. 


728 AX —— Denarii (5), including a contemporary copy; Augustus, 
Quinarius; First Century Denarii (14). Some fine. 


729 AR Roman, Denarii, Trajan (8), Ant. Pius (4), Pius and Aurelius 
(1), Faustina Snr. (2), M. Aurelius (6), Commodus (3). 


Mostly fine. 

730 AK —— Denarii, Sept. Severus (9), Caracalla (3), Geta (3), Sev. 
Alexander (7), Elagabalus (1), Julia Mamea (2). Fair to 
fine. 


731 AZ Antoniani, Gallienus (21), Salonina (3), Postumus (10), 
Tacitus (2), Victorinus (11), Tetricus I (12), Tetricus II (5). 
Fair to fine. 


38 


20 


24 


25 


64 


734 


738 


732 


740 


741 


742 


743 


744 


745 


31 


AZ Antoniniani, Glaudius Gothicus (17), Aurelian (11), Probus 
(12). Fair to fine. 


AR Roman, Folles (21), Centenionalis (5), 422 of Gratian. 
Mostly fine, some better. 


Miscellaneous Roman 4, 3rd and 4th Century (21); Alexandria, 
billon Tetradrachms of later Roman emperors, Probus, 
Galerius, etc. (20). Some fine. 

AZ Roman, Sestertii (31), including a cast of Otho. Some fine. 


AZ Roman, Sestertii (22); second brass (19), including Ant. Pius, 
AS, rev. BRITANNIA COS II (R.L.C. 934). A few fine. 


Augustus, Denarii, rev. quadriga on arch (R.I.C. 37), four-column 
temple (C.90). About fine. 


—— Denarii, rev. six-column temple (C.182), Augustus in quad- 
riga (C.115). Good and fine. 

—— Cistophorus, rev. Pax and cista in wreath (C.218); Denarius, 
rev. shield (C.126). Good to fine. 

Galba, Denarius, rev. -- -- - VICTRIX, Roma standing left (B.M.C. 
189). Flaw on rev., fine. 

—— Denarii, rev. SALUS GEN HUMANI, Salus and altar (R.LC. 


22); Gallic Series, rev. head of Gallia (C.72). Good to fine, 
rare. 


Otho, Denarius, IMP OTHO CEASAR AVG TRP, bare head right, rev. 
PAX ORBIS TERRARVM, Pax left (this combination apparently 
unrecorded). Rare, fine. 


Vespasian, Denarii (4), rev. oxen (C.134), Vesta (C.574), Victory 
(R.I-C. 52), and Vespasian seated right. Fine. 


Denarii (5) of Domitian, rev. dolphin on tripod (R.I-C. 10b), 
Minerva (C.271), and Trajan, rev. Concordia (C.302), 
Felicitas (C.192) and Victory. Fine. 


—— (5) of Ant. Pius, rev. Fortuna (C.384), Faustina I, rev. 
Aeternitas (R.I.C. 346b), and Marcus Aurelius, rev. Roma 
seated (C.133), Salus (C.141) and Victory (C.979) Fine. 


40 


27 


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Sl 


4] 


£24.00 


£38.00 


£28.00 


£95.00 


£68.00 


£24.00 


£19.00 


£24.00 


£15.00 


£23.00 


£24.00 


£17200 


£15.00 


£18.00 


£26.00 


£22.00 


£36.00 


£24.00 


£34.00 


£26.00 


£36.00 


£36.00 


£16.00 
£14.00 


£26.00 
£50.00 


Lor 
746 


747 


748 


749 


750 


Jou 


WZ 


754 
pp 


756 
TST 


oe 


—— (7) of Septimius Severus, rev. Bonus Eventus (C.66), Felici- 
tas (C.135), Bacchus and panther (C.305), Victory (C.454); 
and Julia Domna, rev. Diana (C.32), Felicitas (C.47), Pictas 
(C.150). Mainly very fine. 


Caracalla, Antoninianus, rev. Sol with whip (C.390); Denarius, 
rev. Mars (C.152); Denarii of Julia Mama, rev. Felicitas 
(R.LC. 335), Elagabalus, rev. emperor (C.61), and Severus 
Alexander, rev. Jupiter (C.229). Fine or better. 


Antoniniani (21) of Gordian III (3), Trajan Decius, Treb. Gallus 
(3), Volusian, Salonina, Postumus (7), Carausius (2) and 
Maximianus. Fine or better. 


Mariniana, base Antoninianus, rev. CONSECRATIO, empress on 
peacock (C.16), scarce; Vabalathus with Aurelian, Antoni- 
niani (4), and another of Macrianus, rev. Roma seated left 
(R.LC. 11). Good to fine. 


Sestertii (3) of Hadrian, rev. AEGypTos, Volusian and Philip [; 
As of Severus Alexander; Folles (5, including Severus I 
and Galeria Valeria) and Quadrans (2). Mainly fine. 


Centenionales (16) of Magnentius, Valeninian II (4), Theodosius 
I (3), Constantius Gallus (5) and Constantius IT (3); together 
with small bronzes of Delmatius (2). Fine or better. 


Bronzes of Colchester (1) and London mint of Carausius, Allec- 
tus, Constantine I, Crispus, Constantine II. Fine or better. 


Republican Denarii (6, including Pompeius Rufus (S.909) ). 
Quinarii (4) and bronzes (3). Fair to very fine. 


Byzantine coins in silver (2) and bronze (26). Some fine. 


Elymais, small bronzes of Orodes I, If and III and Phraates. 
Scarce, mainly very fine. 


Ancient coins, mainly Roman bronzes. Many fine. 


Denarii (13) of Tiberius, rev. Livia seated; Domitian, rev. 
Minerva; Trajan, rev. Salus; Hadrian (4), revs. Fides, Salus, 
Roma, Germania; M. Aurelius, rev. Victory; Faustina 
Junior, rev. CONSECRATIO, altar; Julia Domna, rev. Fortune; 
Julia Mzesa, rev. Pudicitia; Sev. Alexander, rev. Pax; Maxi- 
minus, rev. Providence, mostly fine, some very fine; also 
Sestertius of Trajan, rev. Providence, fair. 


1h 


18 


Ly 


is 
28 


69 


14 


Lot 
758 


To 


760 


761 


762 


763 


35 


Antoniniani (19) of Gordian III, rev. Fides Militum; Trajan 
Decius (3), revs. Abundance, Genius (2); Treb. Gallus (2), 
revs. Equity, Victory; Volusian, rev. Victory; Valerian I 
(2), rev. two emperors; Gallienus (7), revs. Felicity, Her- 
cules, Jupiter, Sol, Roma, Virtus (2); Claudius IH, rev. 
Juno; Aurelian, rev. Sol; Tacitus, rev. emperor and Jupiter. 
Mostly fine. 


Antoniniani (21) of Probus (10), revs. Sol in quadriga, emperor 
and Jupiter (6), emperor and female (3); Carus (2), rev. 
emperor and Jupiter; Carinus (4), revs. emperor and 
Jupiter, two emperors (3); Numerian (5), two emperors. 
Mostly very fine. 


Antoniniani (17) of Diocletian (8), rev. emperor and Jupiter; 
Maximianus (8), revs. emperor and Jupiter (5), emperor 
and Hercules, Jupiter and Hercules (2); Galerius Cesar, 
rev. emperor and Jupiter. Fine to very fine. 


Folles, Reduced Folles and later AE (32) of Maximinus II (4), 
revs. Jupiter, Genius (3); Licinius I (6), revs. camp-gate, 
Jupiter (5); Constantine I (8), revs. camp-gate (3), Jupiter, 
Sol, two soldiers (2), two Victories; Crispus (2), revs. camp- 
gate, standard and captives; Constantine II (2), revs. camp- 
gate, two soldiers; Constans, rev. soldier dragging barbarian 
from hut; Constantius II (2), revs. camp-gate, two soldiers; 
Valens (2), rev. emperor dragging captive; Gratian, rev. 
Constantinople; Valentinian II, rev. emperor on galley; 
Theodosius I (2), revs. emperor, emperor on galley; 
Arcadius, rev. emperor and captive. Mostly fine, a few 
very fine. 


Roman Republic, Denarii of L. Papius Celsus (Syd. 964) and L. 
Procilius (Syd. 772). Both scarce, the first good very fine, 
the latter extremely fine. 


— Denarii of T. Vettius Sabinus (Syd. 905), rare and very fine, 
and M. Volteius (Syd. 777), scarce and good very fine. 


764 — Denarii (8) of T. Carisius (Syd. 982), P. Clodius (Syd. 1117), 


L. Mussidius Longinus (Syd. 1093a), L. Thorius Balbus 
(Syd. 598), Q. Titius (Syd. 691), L. Titurius Sabinus (Syd. 
698), showing the Rape of the Sabines, C. Vibius Pansa 
(Syd. 684), and anonymous (Syd. 723). Very fine and ex- 
tremely fine. 


1s, 


on 


17 


a2 


£26.00 


£48.00 


£22.00 


£40.00 


£38.00 


£40.00 


£84.00 


£75.00 


£95.00 


£40.00 


£44.00 


£44.00 


£44.00 


£150.00 


£46.00 


£55.00 


£40.00 


Lor 
765 


766 


767 


768 


769 


710 


TT 


Tz 


TIS 


774 


34 


Imperial Denarii (4) of Mark Antony and Octavian (Syd. 1181). 
Augustus (R.I.C. 289 and 155), and Nero (R.LC. 45), 
together with a Quinarius of Augustus (R.I.C. 18). Fine to 
very fine. 


Claudius (A.D. 43-54), Denarius, his laureate head right, rev. 
IMPER RECEPT, view of the Pretorian camp (R.I.C. 23). 
Almost very fine and very rare. 


Imperial Denarii (3) of Hadrian, rev. Liberalitas, Antoninus Pius, 
rey. Pax, and Marcus Aurelius, rev. Victory. Very fine to 
extremely fine. 


—— (2) of Marcus Aurelius, rev. Concordia, and Faustina II, 
rev. Venus. Both extremely fine. 


—— (2) of Septimius Severus, rev. Africa standing, and Cara- 
calla, rev. Victory seated (R.LC. 314 note). Both extremely 
fine and very rare. 


—— (9) of Domitian, Trajan, Hadrian, Commodus, Severus 
(rev. twin cornucopiz), Caracalla, Elagabalus, Maximinus I 
and Gordian III. All very fine. 


GREEK 


Athens, AR Tetradrachm (490-430 B.C.) of late archaic style. 
head of Athena right, rev. AG)€, owl right, head facing, 
wings closed, behind, spray of olive and crescent. all in 
incuse square (cf. B.M.C. Pl. III, 2-5). Good very fine, 
banker’s mark on reverse. 


Greek AR (9), Hemidrachms (4), Parium (B.M.C. 1), 500-400 
B.C.; Thracian Chersonesus (2), 480-350 B.C. (B.M.C. 
8-52): Rhodes (1); other smaller (4), Rhodes (3); together 
with a Drachm of the Lycian League, 168 B.C—A.D. 43. 
Some very fine. 


Alexander III the Great (336-323 B.C.), A (2), Tetradrachm, 
head of Herakles right, rev. Zeus seated left, winged horse 
in field left; Hemidrachm, similar types. Very fine, the 
second a rare denomination. 


Kings of Syria, Tetradrachms (2), Demetrius I (162-150 B.C.), 
Antiochus XI (92 B.C.) (B.M.C. 1-5); together with AR 
Tetartmoria (4) of Ionia (a rare denomination) and two 
Tetrobols. Mostly very fine. 


Lor 
TIS 


776 


TT 


778 


JT! 


780 


781 


782 


783 


784 


35 


Alexander Ill the Great (336-323 B.C.), Tetradrachms (3), 
various mints and symbols. Very fine or better. 


Aspendus, AR Stater (400-300 B.C.), two wrestlers, rev. slinger; 
together with AX Drachms (7), Kings of Cappadocia (4), 
Kings of Syria (2), including Antiochus VI (145-142 B.C.) 
(scarce), and Parthia (1). Mainly fine. 


Ephesus, AR Drachm (c. 450-415 B.C.), bee with curved wings, 
rev. incuse square quartered (B.M.C. 12-13). Fine and rare. 


Alexander III the Great (336-323 B.C.), Drachms (5), various 
mints and symbols. Very fine. 


ROMAN 


Tiberius and Drusus, AR Drachm of Cesarea, laur. head of 
Tiberius right, rev. bare head of Drusus left (B.M.C. 171); 
together with Republican Denarii (5). Fine, the first very 
rare. 


Roman Sestertii (3), Nero (A.D. 54-68), rev. Nero standing on 
platform accompanied by Pretorian prefect addressing 
three soldiers, a domed building in background; Faustina 
Junior, rev. Venus; Gordian III; other AZ (3, Domitian, 
Nero and Trajan. Fine or better. 


Claudius (A.D. 41-54), 4k Drachm of Lycia (originally attributed 
to Crete by Svoronos), rev. I'©CPMANIKOC NYTOK- 
PATWP, figure standing left within pelleted border. Good 
fine and rare. 


Augustus, AR Drachms of Lycia (2), Cragus, bare head right, 
rev. lyre, branch in field right (B.M.C. 25); Masicytes, rev. 
two lyres, between them a palm-branch (cf. B.M.C. 37). 
Good fine and rare. 


Cappadocia, Didrachms (2), Trajan, rev. bust of Artemis (B.M.C. 
69); Hadrian, rev. Tyche standing (B.M.C. —); Lucius 
Verus, rev. Mount Argeus; Drachms (3), Hemidrachm (1), 
Nero. Fine or very fine. 


Roman Denarii (3), Domitian (A.D. 81-86), Macrinus (A.D. 217- 
218), Aquilia Severa (wife of Elagabalus), rev. CONCORDIA. 


Mostly very fine. 


£58.00 


£40.00 


£16.00 


£50.00 


£35.00 


£30.00 


£26.00 


£28.00 


£36.00 


£44.00 


£88.00 


£34.00 


£15.00 


£22.00 


£13.00 


£26.00 


£20.00 


£22.00 


£70.00 


£160.00 


£40.00 


Lor 
785 


786 


787 


788 


789 


790 


791 


G92 


199 


794 


795 


36 


Lucius Verus (A.D. 161-169), AZ medallion, 38 mm./6794 grains, 


head and shoulder bust of Verus left, rev. quadriga left. 
Fine/fair and extremely rare. 


Septimius Severus (A.D. 193-211), Denarius, rev. CoS Ml LVDOS 
SAECVL FEC, Bacchus standing left holding jug and thyrus, 
leopard left, head turned to catch drips from cup, Hercules 
standing right holding club, lion skin over arm (R.1.C. 237). 
Very fine and very rare. 


—— Legionary Denarius, rev. LEG XIIII GEM M.V. TR. P. COS. 
legionary eagle between two standards (B.M.C. 19). Very 
fine and scarce. 


—— Legionary Denarius, rev. LEG VIII AVG TRP COS, type as pre- 
vious (B.M.C. 14). Very fine and scarce. 


— — Legionary Denarius, rev. LEG XIII GEM M.V. TRP. COS, 
type as previous (B.M.C. 19). Good fine and scarce. 


Roman Denarii (10), Nerva, Hadrian, Marcus Aurelius, Com- 
modus, Septimius Severus, Plautilla, Macrinus, Julia Mesa, 
Severus Alexander, Julia Mamza. Mainly fine. 


Roman Antoniniani (6), Caracalla (A.D. 198-217) (2), revs. quad- 
riga left and Serapis; Trajan Decius, Trebonianus Gallus, 
Volusian, Mariniana (wife of Valerian). Fine or better. 


Roman Denarii (5), Antoninus Pius (A.D. 138-161), with Marcus 
Aurelius (B.M.C. 155); Faustina, rev. Augusta; Crispina. 
rev. Juno; Caracalla, rev. Aesculapius. Very fine. 


Diadumenian (A.D. 218), Antoninianus, rev. Diadumenian stand- 

ing facing, holding standard and sceptre, to right two stan- 

dards (R.I.C. 106; B.M.C. 82 note). Very fine and very 
rare. 


Uranius Antoninus (A.D. 252-254), billon Tetradrachm, laur. 
bust right. rev. eagle standing facing, head left, SC in field, 
in exergue EMICA (B.M.C. 22). Fine/very fine and ex- 
tremely rare. 


Procopius (A.D. 365-366), AZ 3 (2), rev. Procopius standing facing, 
holding labarum and leaning on shield. Fine and rare. 


10 


37 
Lor 


796 Licinius I with Licinius II (A.D. 317-324), ZZ Folles (2), the two 
busts facing each other, rev. Jupiter standing left beside 
trophy with two captives at foot. Fine and very rare. 


797 Julian I (A.D. 360-363), 421, rev. bull standing right; AE 4 (2); 
Gratian (A.D. 367-383), 4Z3 (7), Constantiopolis seated 
(various mints); Honorius (A.D. 393-423) (2), including 
Honorius on horseback right. Mainly very fine. 


798 Roman Empresses of the 4th and 5th Centuries, Folles and 
smaller (12), Galeria Valeria (2), Fausta (1), Helena (2), 
Aelia Flaccila (4), Eudoxia (1), Eudoxia or Eudocia (2). 
All scarce or rare, mainly fine, some better. 


799 Delmatius (Cesar, A.D. 335-337), AE 3; Arcadius (A.D. 383-408), 
AZ 3, bust three-quarters right; two contemporary 4th Cen- 
tury barbarous copies, better than fine and interesting; 
together with a billon Tetradrachm of Trajan Decius, and 
a Sestertius of Nero converted into a box in the Renaissance 
period. Fine or better. 


800 Anonymous A23 (19) of the period of Julian II (A.D. 360-363), 
revs. Zeus seated left and Antioch seated facing, various 
officinaes; AZ of Theodosius I (A.D. 379-395) (4); others (4), 
including Honorius, rev. three standing figures of Arcadius, 
Honorius and Theodosius II. Mostly very fine. 


801 Roman Folles (26), Diocletian (A.D. 284-305) (1), Maximinianus 
286-310) (8), Constantius I (305-306) (4), Galerius (305-311) 
(10), Maxentius (306-312) (1), Licinius I (308-324) (2). 
Fine, many very fine. 


802 Late Roman 4 (34), Diocletian (3), Galerius (4), Constantinian 
period (21), later (4); together with a Denarius of Antoninus 
Pius with Marcus Aurelius. Many very fine. 


803 Roman Antoniniani (27), various emperors, many fine; thought 
to be part or all of a recent find. 


An Interesting Collection of 
GREEK AND GREEK IMPERIAL BRONZES 


804 Greek Imperial (6), including A! 32 of Trajan; Greek (1). Fine 
or better. 


12 


4 | 


26 


3) 


P| 


£32.00 


£32.00 


£38.00 


£11.00 


£30.00 


£32.00 


£36.00 


£30.00 


£17.00 


£16.00 


£17.00 


£16.00 


£15.00 


£20.00 


£24.00 


£17.00 


£15.00 


£17.00 


£75.00 


£22.00 


£19.00 


£17.00 


£19.00 


Lor 
805 


806 


807 


808 


809 


810 


811 


812 


813 


814 


815 


816 


817 


818 


38 


—— (7), including AE 34 of Caracalla, Ancyra; Salonina, Cyzicus, 


Vespasian, Sebasopolis. Fine or better. 


(6), including Nero, Otacillia Severa, Greek (1). Fine or 
very fine. 


(7), including A227 of Gordian III and Tranquillina of 
Odessa. Fine or very fine. 


(7), including A232 of Valerian, other smaller of Com- 
modus, Geta; Parthia (1). Fine or very fine. 


(6), including A{36 of Gordian III, 4231 of Domitian; 
others of Nicza, Bizya, Poemanenon. Fine or better. 


(10), including ‘Tabala, Parlais, Parium, Sardes; Greek (1), 
Adada. Fine or very fine. 


(5), including Adramyteum and Cyzicus. Mainly very fine. 


(3), Peltae, Laeste, and A237 of Maximinus. Mainly very 
fine. 


(7), including towns of Ionia and Bithynia. Fine or better. 


(1), Anazarbus; together with an A of Tigranes II the 
Great, head right, wearing Armenian tiara, rev. lion walk- 
ing right (cf. N.C. 1970, pp. 19-22: a coin of Tigranes of 
Armenia struck in Commagene, Bedoukian). Very fine and 
fine, the second extremely rare. 


(3), including A231 of Maximinus I with Maximus on the 
reverse. Very fine. 


(3), 4232 of Julia Paula, A225 (2) of Nicea, rev. walls of 
Nicea. Fine, the last two very fine. 


(3), 4232 Valerian, A232 Gallienus, A229 Gordian UI of 
Selecucia ad Calycadnum. Very fine. 


(3), Macrinus with Diadumenian, AZ 35 of Cesarea, Year 2 
(B.M.C. 284, Pl. XII, 3); 4219, Diadumenian; Ai 28, Sep- 
timius Severus. Fine or better 


11 


Lor 
819 


820 


821 


822 


826 


827 


828 


829 


830 


39 


Greek (12), including Rhodes, Side, Apamea, Cyzicus, Birytis. 
Amisus, Sigeium. Mainly very fine. 


—— (11), including E16 of Demetrius Poliorcetes; others of 
Poemonenon, Pegamum, Kings of Bithynia. Mainly very 


fine. 


— (1]), including Peltae, Elaeusa Sebaste, Lasos. Mainly very 


fine. 


—— (12), including Lysimachus, Macedon, Selge, Thessalonica, 
Alexandria and Issun. Mainly very fine. 


—— (11), including Lysimachus, Selge, Kings of Bithynia. Many 
very fine. 


—— (12), including Seleucus I, Antiochus IV, Antiochus VI. 
Many very fine. 


Greek Imperial (7), Attalia, Mopsium, Saitta, Ephesus, Dory- 
laeum, Midaeum and Nicomedia. Mainly very fine. 


— (3), including Temenothyroe and Byis. Very fine or better. 





(3), including Cardi and Tavium. Very fine. 


—— (3), including 2 36 of Pergamum. Nearly very fine. 


BYZANTINE 


Justin If (A.D. 565-578), Decanummia (2), emperor standing, 
rev. mark of value (D.O. 59); bust of Justin facing, rev. 
mark of value (D.O. 174—refers to B.M. specimen); to- 
gether with a Half-Follis of Justin II of Carthage and three 
Half-Folles of Justinian I. Mainly very fine, the first two 
very rare. 


Threequarter-Folles (4), Tiberius If (578-582) (1), Nicomedia 
(D.O. 32); Heraclius (640-641), Heraclius standing left in 
military garb, Heraclius Constantine on right (D.O. 117). 
Fine, all rare. 


11 


Le 


12 


ii 


£36.00 — 


£36.00 


£32.00 


£28.00 


£45.00 


£24.00 


£20.00 


£22.00 


£26.00 


£26.00 


£14.00 


£16.00 


£20.00 


£30.00 


£26.00 


£48.00 


£20.00 


£18.00 


£30.00 


£24.00 


£30.00 


£28.00 


£20.00 


Lor 
831 


832 


833 


834 


835 


836 


837 


838 


839 


840 


841 


842 


40 


Phocas (608-610), Folles (2); Heraclius, Folles (5), Thessalonica 
(D.O. 134 var.), Nicomedia (D.O. 165-6), Cyzicus (D.O. 
167b), Cyprus (D.O. 184 (a)) (2). Fine or very fine, the last 
four scarce. 


Heraclius (610-641), Follis, mint of Seleucia Isauriz, Class 1 
(D.O. 180); together with three Byzantine lead seals, 
26mm., 18mm. and 32mm. (the last cut in half). About 
very fine, the first rare. 


— Folles (2), mint of Seleucia Isauriz, Class 1 (D.O. 180a‘), 
Class 2 (D.O. 181b?). Fine to very fine and rare. 


— Folles (2), mint of Seleucia Isauriz, Class 2 (D.O. 181). 
Very fine and rare. 


—— Follis, mint of Isaura (D.O. 183, refers to B.M. specimen). 
Of the highest rarity and very fine, but overstruck on earlier 
Follis. 


Constantine IV (654-685), Half-Folles (2), Class 1 (D.O. 35), 
Class 2 (D.O. 36); together with a Pentanummium, Class | 
(D.O. 40). Fine to very fine, the last extremely rare. 


— Half-Follis, Class 1 (D.O. 35), and a Pentanummium, Class 
1 (D.O. 40). About very fine, the second extremely rare. 


Leontius (695-698), Follis (D.O. 5); Half-Follis (D.O. 8). Fine 
and about very fine, both very rare. 


Leontius (695-698), Follis (D.O. 5); Tiberius III (698-705), Follis, 
Class 1 (D.O. 8c), Half-Follis, Class 2 (D.O. 13; B.M.C. —; 
Ratto —;.Tolstoi —). Fine and all very rare. 


Philippicus Bardanes (711-713), Folles (2) (D.O. 9). About fine 
and very rare. 


—— Follis (D.O. 9); together with Class 1 Follis of Tiberius III 
(698-705) (D.O. 8). About very fine and fine, both very 
rare. 


Tiberius II (698-705), Folles (2), Class 1 (D.O. 8), Class 2 (D.O. 
11). Good fine and rare. 


Lor 
843 


844 


845 


846 


847 


848 


849 


850 


851 


41 


Leo III (717-741), large module Follis (B.M.C. Pl. XLIV, 7, 
under Constantine V); Half-Follis, same type (B.M.C. —, 
Bibliotheque National, Pl. LXVI). Very fine and rare, the 
second fine and extremely rare. 


Philippicus Bardanes (711-713), Half-Follis (D.O. 12; B.M.C. —; 
Ratto —; Tolstoi —). Fine and extremely rare. 


Leo III (717-741), medium module Follis (B.M.C. Pl. XLIV, 9); 
Constantine V (741-775), Folles (2) (B.M.C. Pl. XLIV, 
12/13). Fine and rare. 


Constantine VI with Irene (780-797), Folles (4) (B.M.C. PI. 
XLVI, 9); Irene, sole reign (797-802), Folles (2) (B.M.C. 
Pl. XLVI, 11). Fine to very fine, all rare. 


Michael I Rhangabe (811-813) with Theophylactus, Miliaresion, 
cross potent on three steps, rev. inscription in five lines 
(B.M.C. Pl. XLVII, 4); Follis of Michael I alone (cf. 
B.M.C. p. 406, which refers to the specimens listed by De 
Saulcy and Sabatier, Bibliotheque Nationale LXX, 42/01); 
together with a Follis of Theophilus alone (c. 829-832) 
(B.M.C. Pl. XLVIII, 20). All about very fine, the second 
extremely rare, the others rare. 


Michael III, the Drunkard (842-867), Follis, bust of Michael 
facing, wearing loros, rev. bust of Basil I (B.M.C. Pl. L, 2). 
Very fine and very rare. 


Anonymous, AR Miliaresion of the period of Andronicus II 
Paleologus (1282-1328), Christ seated on throne facing, 
rev. Virgin and Child seated facing (B.M.C. —; Ratto —). 
Very fine and very rare. 


Alexius I (1081-1118), billon Trachy (Hendy Pl. 7, 2-4); John II 
of Nica (1222-1254), AZ Tetarteron, mint of Magnesia 
(Hendy Pl. 34, 1); another of uncertain attribution (Hendy 
36. 8). Fine, the second and third very rare. 


Empire of Nicea, John II (1222-54), billon Trachy (Henry 33, 
11); Theodore II (1254-1258), AZ Tetarteron (Hendy 35, 
14); together with three scyphate AZ of the Paleologan 
period. Mainly fine. 


£30.00 


£16.00 


£12.00 


£26.00 


£42.00 


£32.00 


£30.00 


£20.00 


£24.00 


£30.00 


£18.00 


£24.00 


£26.00 


£26.00 


£32.00 


£20.00 


£48.00 


£51.00 


Lor 


852 


853 


854 


855 


856 


857 


858 


859 


860 


861 


42 


Andronicus II (1282-1328), flat AE (2), both with obv. Androni- 
cus and Michael IX standing facing, revs. head of Seraph 
(B.M.C. Pl. LXXV, 10) and Paleologan monogram (B.M.C. 
—; Ratto —); scyphate AE (Ratto 2234); other scyphate EZ 
of the Palzologan period (2), Niczea (1), Latin imitative (2); 
together with two 2 of the period of Manuel II (1391- 
1423) (Ratto 2261-3). Mainly fine, many very rare. 


Anastasius (491-518), profile bust Folles (7); Justinian I (527- 
565), facing bust Folles (3); Maurice Tiberius (852-602) (2). 
Mostly very fine. 


Justinian I (527-565), facing bust Folles (19), various mints and 
dates. Fine or better. 


Justin I (518-527), Follis; Justinian I, Folles (6), enthroned facing 
(3). profile bust (3); Justin II with Sophia (565-578), Folles 
(14), various mints. Many very fine. 


Tiberius If Constantine (578-582), Folles (12), various mints and 
dates; Maurice Tiberius (582-602), Folles (3); Focas (602- 
610), Folles (3). Many very fine. 


Focas (602-610), Folles (4), with Leontia (2); Heraclius (610-641), 
Folles (13—two of Thessalonica); Constans II (641-668), 
small Folles (7). Many very fine. 





Half-Folles (23), Anastasius (4), Justinian I (4), Maurice Tiberius 
(7), Focas (8); together with a Threequarter-Follis of 
Tiberius II and three Folles of Constans II. Mainly fine or 
better. 


Half-Folles (8), Justin II (4), Tiberius II (1), Maurice Tiberius 
(3); Decanummia (15), Pentanummia (17), various em- 
perors, mints and dates. Many very fine. 


Folles of the Iconoclast Period, Constantine V (741-745) (3), 
Leo IV (775-780) (3) (B.M.C. Pl. XLVI, 4), Nicephorus I 
(802-811) (5), Michael I with Theophylactus (811-813) (1), 
Leo V (813-820) (1), Theophilus (829-842) (7). Many very 
fine, the first five rare. 


A Folles (11), Anastasius, Justin IL with Sophia, Tiberius II, 
Heraclius, Constans II; Half-Folles (13), including Phocas 
and Heraclius, Thessalonica; together with Decanummia (3) 
of Constantine IV, facing bust, Class 1, others (4). Mostly 
very fine. 


10 


12 


19 


ie, 


18 


24 


pi | 


40 


20 


Sil 


Lor 
862 


863 


864 


866 


867 


568 


869 


870 


43 


Constantine IV (654-685), Decanummia (10), Class 1, bust with 
globus cruciger (6), scarce; Class 2, bust with spear (4); 
Justinian II, first reign (685-695), Half-Folles (3), Class 2, 
bearded bust (D.O. 20), rare. Many very fine. 


AZ Tetartera of the Comnenian Period (39), Alexius I (1081- 
1118), John If (1118-1143), Manuel I (1143-1181), various 
types and mints; together with billon Trachy (6) of the 
period of the Latin Empire (1204-61) (Hendy Pl. 27, 3-4 
(5), Pl. 27, 6-7 (1)). Many very fine. 


Folles of the Iconoclast Period (10), Leo IV (775-780) (4), includ- 
ing B.M.C. Pl. XLIV, 14, rare; Constantine VI with Irene 
(780-797) (3), Leo V (813-820) (4); Folles of the Mace- 
donian Period (21), Basil I (867-886) (2), Leo VI (886-912) 
(4), Constantine VII with Zoe (913-919) (2), alone (919- 
921) (2), alone (945-) (6), Romanus I (919-921) (5). Many 
very fine. 


Billon Trachea of the Empire of Nicza, Theodore I (1208-1222) 
(6) (Hendy Pl. 30, 7-10; 31, 10), all rare; Latin imitative 
(1204-61) (7) (Hendy 26, 12-13; 29, 1-3, 10; 27, 1-4, 7, 
10-11, but of small module unpublished?); Restored Em- 
pire, Michael VIII (1261-1282) (3). Many fine or better, 
many rare or very rare. 


A selection of Byzantine AZ, various denominations, from the 
different periods of the Empire, Justinian (11), Heraclian 
(5, including one Arab imitation), Iconoclast (3), Mace- 
donian (6), Comnenian (10), Latin Empire (7). Many very 
fine. 


Folles of the Macedonian Period, including Basil I, Leo VI, Con- 
stantine VII, Romanus I, Nicephorus Hl, Theodora, 
Romanus IV, Constantine X, Michael VII. Many very fine. 


Billon Trachea of the Comnenian Period (1081-1204), including 
some later Latin imitative issues (1204-1261). Mostly fine, 
some very fine. 


A similar lot. Mostly fine, some very fine. 


Billon Trachea (9), Michael VIII (1261-1282) (4), others (5); 
Folles of the Heraclian Period (4), together with an Arab- 
Byzantine A, standing Caliph type, and a Follis of Con- 
stantine V. Fine or beiter. 


LS 


45 


ok 


16 


32 


43 


15 


£22.00 


£32.00 


£68.00 


£22.00 


£26.00 


£26.00 


£16.00 


£10.00 


£16.00 


£210.00 


£52.00 


£48.00 


£40.00 


£46.00 


£42.00 


£28.00 


£34.00 


£16.00 


Lor 


871 


872 


873 


874 


875 


576 


877 


878 


879 


44 


A recent hoard of billon Trachea of the Comnenian and Latin 


Period (1081-1251), various types and varieties, including 
13 of Theodore Lascaris (1208-22). The coins have been 
skilfully cleaned and are mostly very fine or better, many 
extremely fine, an unusually good state of preservation for 
coins of the period. 


MEDIZVAL 


Empire of Trebizond, AR Aspers (3), Demi-Aspers (11), Manuel 


I (1238-1263) (2); Alexius III (1349-1390) (1), Alexius on 
horseback right, rev. St. Eugene on horseback right; Alexius 
IV (1417-1446) (10), similar types but of crude style. Very 
fine, the last rare and interesting. 


Roupenian Kingdom of Cilician Armenia, Levon I (1198-1219), 


AR Coronation Trams (5), king kneeling right before the 
Virgin left, rev. two lions back to back. Very fine and rare. 


A similar lot. Very fine and rare. 


A similar lot. Very fine and rare. 


‘.* Note: This and the preceding two lots are part of a small 


hoard recently found near Sis. 


ZZ. Tanks, Levon I (1198-1219) (5), various varieties; 
Hetoum I (1225-1270), obv. king enthroned facing (5), AZ 
Kardez (7), various types and varieties; Hetoum If (1289- 
1302), AZ Kardez (6), obv. lion left (4), facing bust (2), rare; 
Levon IV (1320-1342), AE Kardez, very rare. Many very 
fine. 


A similar lot, Levon I (5), Hetoum I (19), various varieties; 
together with a forgery of a Tank of Levon I. Fine or very 


fine. 


A similar lot. Mainly fine. 


Hetoum II (1289-1306), Quarter AR Tram, bust facing, rev. 


inscription around cross, very rare; together with two 
Sassanian Drachms, including Shapur I; other medieval 
Deniers (2). Mainly fine. 


203 


14 


25 


25 


33 


Lor 
880 


881 


882 


883 


884 


885 


886 


887 


888 


889 


45 


Turkoman, 72 Dirhems (2), Zengid (Edhem 118 var.); another, 
bust right, bare head (Edhem —; Lane-Poole —), con- 
sidered to be the earliest Utukid type; together with Seljuk 
(2), oby. lion walking left, sun above, rev. inscription. Fine 
or very fine, the last three rare. 


—— E Dirhems (3), Atabegs of Erbil (Edhem 184); Utukids of 
Kayfa (Lane-Poole 14); another, ohv. man seated on lion 
right (Edhem —; Lane-Poole —). Fine to very fine, and all 
rare. 


—— /£ Dirhems (11), Utukids of Mardin (5) (Edhem 53, 79, 85, 
95, 112); Zengids (1) (Edhem 118); Ayyubids (1) (Edhem 
191); Seljuks of Rum (2); other (1). Many very fine. 


— E Dirhems (13), Utukids of Mardin (Edhem 25 (2), 34, 38, 
39, 79 (2), 85); Zengids (2) (Edhem 166; Ratto 2699); 
Ayyubids (Edhem 196); Seljuks of Rum (2). Many very 
fine. 


FOREIGN 


Holland, AR helmeted Ryksdaalder, 1584, William the Silent, 
half-length bust right with sword over right shoulder, rev. 
helmet over shield (Delmonte 921). Very fine and rare. 


Duchy of Lorraine, Testons (3), Charles IV, 1629, Charles IV 
with Nicole, 1626, Francis I, 1629. Fine to very fine. 


— Testons (2), Charles III (1545-1608), Charles IV (1626-78). 
Fine to very fine. 


Venice, Alvise Mocenigo I (1570-1577), AR 2-Lire/40-Soldi (2), 
the Doge kneeling before St. Mark, rev. standing figure of 
St. Justina, in exergue STD and MC respectively. Both 
good very fine. 


—— —— A 2-Lire/40-Soldi (1), B.c. in exergue; AR 1-Lira/20- 
Soldi (2), in exergue M.S. and ST. D. respectively, similar 
types, lion reclining behind St. Justina on the 20-Soldi. 
About very fine. 


—— Antonio Grimani (1521-1523), AR 16-Soldi, Doge kneeling 
before St. Mark, rev. enthroned figure of Christ (Gamberini 
265), rare; together with AR 1-Lira/20-Soldi of Nicolo da 
Ponte (1578-1585). Very fine. 


it 


13 


£14.00 


£14.00 


£19.00 


£20.00 


£44.00 


£20.00 


£16.00 


£20.00 


£18.00 


£22.00 


£26.00 


£30.00 


£36.00 


£34.00 


£48.00 


£62.00 


£45.00 


£18.00 


£38.00 


£40.00 


£46.00 


£65.00 


Lor 
890 


891 


892 


893 


894 


895 


896 


897 


898 


899 


900 


901 


46 


—— Alvise Mocenigo (1570-1577), AR 2-Lire/40-Soldi, BP in 
exergue; AR 1-Lira/20-Soldi (3), Nicolo da Ponte (1578- 
1585), in exergue A.M., Pasquale Cicogna (1585-1595), 
Zee Grimani (1595-1605), in exergue SM. Mainly very 

ne. 


Rome, Pope Paul IV (1555-1559), Testoon; Half-Thaler of 
Saxony, 1556; other foreign A (2). Fine or better. 


Imperial Antoniani (3) of Julia Domna, Julia Mesa (rare) and 
Otacilia Severa. All very fine. 


— (9) of Elagabalus, Gordian II, Philip I, Philip H, Trajan 
Decius, Valerian JI, Gallienus, Saloninus (rare) and 
Postumus. Very fine to extremely fine. 


—— (3) of Philip I, two with heads to left and another with rev. 
Minerva. All very fine and very rare. 


—— (14) of Philip I (10), Philip II (3) and Gordian III (1). Some 
scarce, mostly extremely fine. 


— (9) of Gallienus (8) and Salonina (1), all mint of Cyzicus. 
Extremely fine, well silvered. 


Aurelian, post-reform Antoninianus of Siscia, rev. Concordia and 
Aurelian. Perfect mint state, fully silvered. 


Imperial Asses (4) and Dupondii (1) of Augustus, rev. Altar of 
Lugdunum; Antonia, Antoninus Pius, Aurelian and 
Severina. Fine to very fine and better. 


Imperial bronze Antoniniani (10) and 4th Century Ai (7), all 
different, some scarce. Mostly extremely fine. 


Imperial Folles (9) and smaller A4 (4) of the London mint, includ- 
ing Maximian (6), Constantius (2), Galerius (1), Constan- 
tine (3), Constantine II (1). Mostly very fine. 


Imperial AZ (4) of Constantine I, rev. head of Sol; Maximinus 
II, with title of Filius Augustorum; Magnentius, rev. large 
Christogram; and an A! 1 of Jovian. All rare, the last fine, 
otherwise very fine. 


14 


17 


47 
Lor 


902 Miscellaneous Byzantine AZ (4) of Justin If and Sophia, Heraclius £34.00 
and Heraclius Constantine, Michael and Theophilus, and 
Leo VI and Alexander; together with a Miliaresia of Nice- 
phorus II, a large AZ of the Normans in Sicily, and a small 
bronze of the Vandal king Huneric. q. 


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